- Associated Press - Thursday, April 5, 2018

ANDOVER, Mass. (AP) - A Massachusetts driver charged with hitting and killing a tow-truck driver last month remains hospitalized with injuries from the crash.

The Eagle-Tribune reports that 28-year-old Shiina Dionne faces charges including motor vehicle homicide and driving under the influence for the March 14 death of 41-year-old Daniel Coady Jr.

Dionne was due in court Wednesday, but her lawyer said she is still in the hospital. He did not specify what kind of injuries she suffered.

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Coady worked for his family’s towing company and was killed as he loaded a vehicle onto his truck in the breakdown lane of Interstate 495 in Andover.

Dionne is due back in court May 23.

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