In two separate instances, two pedestrian deaths were reported on Massachusetts highways. Police are still investigating both cases and it's not clear if criminal or civil charges will be filed.
In the first case, a Somerville man, David Dang, had gotten into a minor fender-bender on I-93 in the Thomas P. O'Neill Jr. Tunnel, reports The Boston Globe. The 75-year-old Dang had parked his car on the shoulder and exchanged information with the other driver. However, as he returned to his car, he was struck and killed by another car.