Police Seek 2 Vehicles of Interest in Hit-and-Run That Killed Nurse in East Brookfield, Massachusetts - NBC10 Boston

Police Seek 2 Vehicles of Interest in Hit-and-Run That Killed Nurse in East Brookfield, Massachusetts

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    Search for Driver Who Killed Nurse in Hit-and-Run

    Police are investigating a hit-and-run that left a nurse dead in East Brookfield, Massachusetts.

    (Published Monday, Oct. 30, 2017)

    Police are seeking two vehicles of interest in connection to a hit-and-run crash that left a nurse dead Sunday in East Brookfield, Massachusetts.

    Police identified this SUV, seen in a surveillance photo, as a vehicle of interest in a hit-and-run crash that left a nurse dead in East Brookfield, Massachusetts.
    Photo credit: Worcester County District Attorney's Office

    Authorities are continuing to investigate the death of Lisa Germain, who was struck around 6 p.m. on East Main Street. The crash took place as a major storm was rolling through much of New England.

    Thursday, police released photos of an SUV and a pickup truck, both identified in surveillance footage along Route 9.

    Police identified this pickup truck, seen in a surveillance photo, as a vehicle of interest in a hit-and-run crash that left a nurse dead in East Brookfield, Massachusetts.
    Photo credit: Worcester County District Attorney's Office

    "Blink of an eye, you didn't see nothing," said Jan Savage. "It was that quick."

    Germain was killed in front of Savage's home. Germain was parked just steps away from Dunny's bar, where an employee says she was enjoying their well-known Blues Night.

    Savage says after the crash, bar customers and a driver rushed to help.

    "All I heard was a guy saying 'call 911.' She was laying on the ground, he was feeling for her pulse saying she had a pulse, then saying 'I don't think she has a pulse anymore,'" Savage said.

    Germain was a nurse in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at MetroWest Medical Center.

    "We are deeply saddened by the loss of Lisa Germain," the hospital said in a statement. "She was a great friend, mentor and team member. She will be deeply missed by everyone at MetroWest."


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