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No charges will be filed in connection with the Sept. 10 fatal head-on collision on Main Street between Lincoln and Circuit streets. Police Chief Ted Ross said a lengthy investigation determined that a car driven by Stephen Loguidice, 51, of Bedford, crossed the center line at 8:45 a.m. and hit a vehicle driven by Kristen Williams-Haseotes, 47, of Marshfield. Loguidice was pronounced dead at the scene, and Williams-Haseotes was transported to South Shore Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. There were no passengers in either vehicle. “In reviewing the reconstruction report, it appears that [Loguidice] was at fault for not staying in his lane of traffic,” Ross said. In a news release, Deputy Chief Carol Brzuszek wrote: “The accident investigation is closed. There will be no charges to file with this accident.”

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