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Carrie O’Connor

Carrie O’Connor Wiki – Carrie O’Connor Biography

Carrie O’Connor who was identified as a woman was killed in an elevator accident at an Allston apartment building as 38-year by Boston police.

Carrie O’Connor died in elevator accident

Boston police found that 38-year-old Carrie O’Connor was a woman who died in an elevator accident in an apartment building in Allston.

Police said Tuesday afternoon that O’Connor’s cause of death was traumatic asphyxia and it was determined that the situation was accidental.

Where Carrie O’Connor was found dead

O’Connor was found in the elevator on the first floor of the building at 1140 Commonwealth Ave just before 17:15. Monday, said the police. He was reported dead at the scene.

Police said another person had been admitted to hospital earlier for evaluation.
WCVB News reported that O’Connor had just moved into the building. Boston’s Inspection Services Department told the television station that the elevator was controlled by the state.

Boston real estate records show that the building was built in 1920.

Who was Carrie O’Connor

Officers found 38-year-old Carrie O’Connor in the elevator on the first floor of 1140 Commonwealth Ave. He was reported dead at the scene. Police said he died without traumatic suffocation.

Carrie O’Connor (Image credit Boston University)

O’Connor was a French Lecturer at Boston University. A spokesperson said that he started working at BU in 2019 and is highly appreciated by his colleagues.

Witnesses said that they took a package to the elevator at the time of the accident.

State investigators on Commonwealth Ave. was in the building. A property manager told WBZ that the elevator was inspected this year and had no problems.

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