The site of the fatality came on a portion of Lepage Lane that essentially serves as an driving aisle between parking spaces on the lower level of the Pond View Village complex. Posted signs ask drivers to limit speed to 10 miles per hour no the road.
By the time police arrived on scene early Saturday morning, three people stood around Linscott, who was lying motionless on his back on the pavement, according to a police log item.
According to the log, a woman screamed for police to save Linscott, saying the man had been hit by a vehicle. Though Linscott initially had a pulse, he was not breathing, according to the log. An officer and Fire Department paramedics performed rescue techniques on Linscott, while another questioned Hayes and the three people standing by Linscott.
By Monday morning, there were no signs of a crime scene at the apartment complex.
The pavement was clean, the vehicle had been towed away, and not a ribbon of police tape remained.
Marjorie Nesin can be reached at 978-283-7000, x3451, or at email@example.com.