Man and 8 Year-Old Son Tragically Die in Milton, MA Motorcycle Accident.

A dump truck reportedly owned by M. Faherty Excavation Inc. of Milton, MA struck a motorcycle being driven by Thomas Coffey, 40, killing both Coffey and his 8 year-old son.

The fatal biker crash happened last Saturday night near a golf course in Quincy, MA. Coffey and his son were riding on Coffey’s motorcycle when they were violently struck by the dump truck.

Coffey and his son were taken to nearby hospitals in an attempt to save their lives, but both were pronounced dead a short time after the motorcycle accident.

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