No injuries reported in the collision.
According to Wrentham fire chief James McMorrow, an ambulance struck a box truck on Dedham Street at around 10 a.m. on Wednesday. There were no patients in the ambulance, McMorrow said, and the two EMTs in the ambulance and the driver of the truck were not injured. McMorrow said that the truck was heading south on Route 1A (Dedham Street) towards Wrentham when the collision occured. The ambulance was leaving the Serenity Hill Nursing Home.
The Wrentham Police, Fire, and EMS dispatcher William Daniel Jr. died last week at the age of 55. Words like committed, compassionate and dedicated are just a few used to describe Daniel and the roles he performed for the town.
Last week, Wrentham lost one of their own as police, fire, and EMS dispatcher William L. Daniel Jr. died after a brief illness at the Brigham & Women’s Hospital in Boston. He was 55 years old. A member of the King Philip High School class of 1973, Daniel went on to study at Boston College and Fisher College where he got his associate degree in business management. Versatile does not even begin to describe Daniel who was more than just the Wrentham Police, Fire, and EMS dispatcher. He also served as the Civil Defense Director since 1987, Special Police Officer since 1984, and Call Firefighter and EMT since 1980. In addition, he was a certified Fire Fighter I & II, certified Hazardous Materials Technician, certified in MAST, defibrillator…