Dennis Moore Obituary Wrentham, MA: Plainville man dies after Saturday crash on Shears Street.
According to Wrentham Police Chief Bill McGrath in a media release on Saturday, October 28, 2023, 63-year-old Dennis Moore of 25 Lincoln Ave., Plainville Mass. was operating his motorcycle on Shears Street, toward Franklin St. (Rt. 140).
“Though the cause of this accident remains under investigation, it’s apparent Mr. Moore lost control of his motorcycle while navigating a curve in the road. The motorcycle left the road, striking several shrubs and a small tree,” police said.
As a result, Mr. Moore sustained serious injuries and was immediately unresponsive. A nurse who witnessed the accident occur, stopped and provided CPR, assisted shortly thereafter by a civilian, then police officers and firefighters.
Mr. Moore was transported to Sturdy Memorial Hospital where he was pronounced deceased, police confirmed.
This accident remains under investigation by the Wrentham Police and MSP.
Wrentham is a town in Norfolk County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 12,178 at the 2020 census.
In 1660, five men from Dedham were sent to explore the lakes near George Indian’s wigwam and to report back to the selectmen what they found. The report of those men, Daniel Fisher, Anthony Fisher, Sgt. Fuller, Richard Ellis, and Richard Wheeler, was received with such enthusiasm that in March 1661 it was voted to start a new settlement there. The Town then voted to send Ellis and Timothy Dwight to go negotiate with King Phillip to purchase the title to the area known as Wollomonopoag.