August 10, 2009 – Milton – 25-year-old Alison Regan, who taught autistic children at the Boston Higashi School in Randolph, was killed tragically in a car accident caused by a driver under the influence of heroin on Sunday.
The car crash took place on Route 28 in Milton when a 2000 Ford Explorer driven by 29-year-old Eric Lum, was driving on the wrong side of the road, causing a head-on collision with Regan’s 1989 Cutlass. According to reports, Lum struck Alison Regan’s car at 12:18 a.m., then struck another vehicle driven by 18-year-old Kamilah Land before abandoning his car and running into some nearby woods where he then called his mother to pick him up. Land was uninjured in the second car accident.
Lum was found by a state police K-9 trooper in the woods about an hour after the car crash. Regan died of her injuries at Boston Medical Center.
The full list of charges against Lum have not yet been released in connection to the fatal car accident.
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