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Randolph man is killed on I-495

A 39-year-old Randolph man was killed Sunday night in a multiple-vehicle crash on Interstate 495 in Plainville that apparently was caused by a wrong-way driver, State Police said.

The fatally injured man was identified Monday as Tony Q. Dang. State Police said he was driving a 2006 Honda Accord at the time of the 9:17 p.m. crash in the southbound lanes of I-495 between exits 13 and 14.

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State troopers were investigating reports that a driver was going the wrong way on the interstate when the multiple-vehicle crash took place. State Police said Monday that the investigation is ongoing, and they cannot say whether Dang was the wrong-way driver.

State Police identified the other drivers and the six other vehicles involved in the seven-vehicle crash this morning.

They were:

 Abraham E. Reay, 31, of Attleboro, who was driving a 2012 Honda Accord. He was taken to Rhode Island Hospital with injuries not considered life-threatening.

 Christine J. Nolder, 45, of Bridgewater, who was operating a 2010 Toyota Highlander. Nolder and her passenger were not injured.

 Justin T. Daniels, 24, of Dudley was operating a 2005 Toyota Camry. He was taken to Sturdy Memorial Hospital in Attleboro with injuries not considered life-threatening.

 Maria Costa, 28, of Providence was operating a 2005 Isuzu Rodeo and was also taken to Sturdy Hospital with injuries not considered life-threatening.

 Darrell R. Ramos, 30, of New Bedford was operating a 2012 Nissan Maxima and was not injured.

Brian Paulson, 54, of Monument Beach in Bourne was operating a 2008 Toyota Highland and was not injured.

John R. Ellement can be reached at ellement@
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