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Fourth Person Dies After Auction Crash

Fourth Person Dies After Auction Crash Featured

The Middlesex district attorney and Billerica chief of police have confirmed that a fourth person, Elliott Rowlands Jr., died at Lahey Clinic following injuries sustained during the May 3 crash at the Lynnway Auto Auction in Billerica, Mass.
Three other people - Brenda Lopez, and Pantaleon Santos and Leezandra Aponte - died at the scene.
This remains an active investigation by the Middlesex District Attorney's Office, the Billerica Police Department and the Massachusetts State Police CARS unit.

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