Worcester Summer Of Love Begins: 1 Person Shot And Killed, 2 People Stabbed Outside O’Connor’s, Twin Babies Abandoned Under Railroad Tracks


It’s been a pretty wild 24 hours in Worcester.

  • Twin babies abandoned underneath the railroad overpass on Cambridge Street were found at 12:15 AM. There are almost no species of mammals who abandon their young like this, and there are a number of fire stations close by where the 9 month old boys could’ve been left. Despicable.
  • An 18 year old was shot and killed on Gage Street last night during the fireworks. Stay tuned for more on that story because we got a tip today and there’s a lot more behind it, and most of it is viewable by the public.
  • Two people were stabbed at O’Connor’s Restaurant, which is probably the most popular establishment in Worcester, where everyone who’s everyone has eaten at many a time. It’s right on the West Boylston border and the last place you’d ever expect something like that to happen.

It’s not officially the summer in Worcester until people start getting killed and babies start getting abandoned. Sadly it happens like clockwork every year. Remember this the next time Ed Augusutus or Joe Petty brags about how much progress is being made in Worcester as part of their “renaissance.” Don’t worry though, when the Paw Sox come here all of the people causing these issues will magically disappear.


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