Johnny Greene Killed in Traffic Accident

Tom Halligan
Posted on October 25, 2016

Johnny Greene died after being struck by a vehicle in Cape Cod, Mass., on Saturday, Oct. 22.

Johnny Greene died after being struck by a vehicle in Cape Cod, Mass., on Saturday, Oct. 22.

FALMOUTH, Mass. — Falmouth police have identified the pedestrian killed Oct. 22 near the Cape Cod Fairgrounds as John M. Greene, a 57-year-old Braintree resident.

Greene died after being struck by a westbound Lexus driven by a 69-year-old Falmouth woman along Route 151, police said in a statement. Rescuers were called around 6:50 p.m. to Cape Cod Church, 1205 Nathan Ellis Highway, after receiving several reports of a car hitting a pedestrian.

Cape Cod Times article here 

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