53-year-old Bradley Rein arrested after SUV drove through Massachusetts Apple store
According to Police report – Authorities revealed that on Tuesday that a 53-year-old man Bradley Rein has been charged after allegedly ramming an SUV into an Apple shop in Hingham on Monday, causing one fatality and at least 19 injuries.
Around 10:45 a.m., according to the authorities, Bradley Rein allegedly struck the glass façade of the Massachusetts Apple shop with a 2019 Toyota 4Runner.
According to Plymouth County District Attorney Tim Cruz, emergency services were dispatched to the Massachusetts Apple shop about 10:45 a.m. in response to many 911 pleas for assistance.
The prosecution claims that the collision caused New Jersey resident Kevin Bradley, 65, to pass away. Bradley was there, according to a statement from Apple, “supporting recent renovations at the shop.”
On Monday afternoon, medical staff at South Shore Hospital in Weymouth reported that numerous victims had wounds that threatened life and limb. First responders reported that many people were trapped after the accident between a wall and the SUV.
According to Tim Cruz, the district attorney for Plymouth County, Bradley Rein has been charged with careless reckless driving.
According to officials, Rein was detained at the Plymouth County House of Correction after being arrested Monday evening. He was to appear in Hingham District Court for his prosecution.