Two killed in crash on Marion Road
Two summer residents were pronounced dead following a car accident on Marion Road Saturday, July 15.
Robert “Bobby” Stocker, 17, of Woburn and Brady Petrucci, 19, of Raynham were traveling on Marion Road when their Kawasaki dirt bike collided with a 2017 Buick Envision, according to the Plymouth County District Attorney’s Office.
According to his obituary, Stocker is a summer resident of Wareham. Petrucci is as well, according to acquaintances who asked not be named.
The Buick was taking a left onto Gibbs Avenue from Marion Road and stopped immediately upon colliding, said the District Attorney Office in a press release.
When police arrived on scene the two men were located and found unresponsive with serious injuries, according to the District Attorney.
WCVB reported the eye-witness account of Yajaira Gonzales who stayed at the scene until help arrived.
"I got out of my car. It was just a horrifying scene. It was just horrifying. They were just laying there, asking for help," Gonzales said.
Both Stocker and Petrucci were pronounced dead at Tobey Hospital, according to the District Attorney.
Police told NBC Boston neither victim was wearing a helmet and the bike had no front or rear lights.
The cause of the accident remains under investigation.
Stocker had a home in Wareham that was his “paradise and spending time there in the summers brought him the most joy,” according to his obituary.
Woburn Public Schools and Northeast Metro Tech will provide counseling services to family and friends who attend.
Superintendent of Northeast Metro Tech David DiBarri, said, “We are deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Robert, a beloved student at Northeast Metro Tech. We express our most sincere condolences to his family during this difficult time.”