UPDATED: Framingham Mom Killed in Head-on Crash
Laura Nichols, 35, of Framingham, was killed late Saturday after her car crossed into oncoming traffic on Fountain Street.
A 35-year-old Framingham woman was killed late Saturday after the car she was driving crossed the center lane on Fountain Street, triggering a head-on collision.
Laura Nichols was alone in her vehicle at the time of the crash, Framingham Police said. The collision was reported about 11:30 p.m. Saturday, near the intersection with Jodie Road.
Two people in the other vehicle were taken to Metro West Medical Center at Framingham Union with non-life threatening injuries, said Deputy Fire Chief Kevin Burns.
The cause of the crash was not immediately identified by police on Sunday.
Nichols was the mother of a 10-year-old daughter, her mother told The Boston Herald on Saturday. She was coming home from a friend's house at the time of the crash, her mother, Kathleen Kelly, told the newspaper.
Nichols' daughter is a fifth grade student at McCarthy Elementary School.