Family of man killed in Worcester crash say he was forced off road


The household of a Worcester man who was killed in a Friday crash say he was compelled off the street by one other driver, WCVB reports

Serena Jaber, 18, instructed the station she was within the passenger seat of the Jeep Wrangler her 50-year-old father, Hamad Jaber, was driving when the crash occurred Friday night time. The Jeep was on the ramp from Route 290 Eastbound to Route 190 Northbound in Worcester when it went over the sidewall of the ramp, falling off the overpass down onto the journey lanes of 290 Eastbound. 

State police say they’re nonetheless investigating what precipitated the automobile to depart the roadway and fall off the overpass. 

Serena Jaber instructed WCVB one other automobile compelled them off the street. 

“A beige/tan-colored car hit into us on my dad’s side, and then he honked the horn and had to try to swerve to save us,” she instructed the station. “But I just remember putting my hands on my head and closing my eyes, and the next thing I knew, we were off the ramp, off the bridge and down on the other highway.”

Her 50-year-old father died on the scene of the crash, whereas she survived with minor accidents. 

“A second vehicle may have been involved in the crash,” police mentioned in a press release. “The Barracks is looking for any information or dash cam video that members of the public may have. The Holden Barracks can be contacted at 508-829-8410, Trooper Carroll is the investigating officer.”

Rabab Jaber, Hamad Jaber’s spouse, instructed WCVB the motive force concerned wants to come back ahead. 

“This isn’t right,” she mentioned. “They need to be accountable. Justice needs to be served. They killed my husband, and they injured my daughter. I’m never going to get him back.”

The crash stays underneath investigation, in line with police.