Department News

Medflight response for Medical

On Wednesday 6/26 at 10:00 am Tyngsborough Fire and Police Department responded to 369 Dunstable Road for a report of a person having been struck by a falling tree.  Upon arrival emergency responders found a 33 year old male (name withheld pending notification of family) who was still conscious, suffering from a head injury.  The injury was a result of a tree falling on him while clearing a lot for future construction.  Medflight was requested and landed on the Tyngsborough Elementary School Soccer field; the victim was then transported to Mass General in Boston.

Released by;  Chief Richard D. Howe


Summons Issued

June 24th – Nichole Mendonca, 23 yrs. old of Dracut, stopped on Willowdale Road;  charged with Operating a motor vehicle with a revoked registration and operating a motor vehicle with no insurance.


June 24th

Juvenile Male from Lowell arrested for an outstanding arrest warrant related to a past trespassing charge.

Paving work at the Tyngsborough bridge

Tonights (Friday June 7th) scheduled paving has been cancelled due to inclement weather.  The  Middlesex / Kendall Road intersection and all remaining paving associated with the Tyngsborough bridge project is now scheduled to be completed on Sunday night (June 9th) from 7pm until approximately 7am.  Please avoid this area if at all possible during this time as there will be delays.

Tyngsborough Bridge project paving schedule

The final road paving for the Tyngsborough Bridge project will be started on Thursday June 6th barring inclement weather.  The paving will be done from 7pm to 5am (Thursday into Friday), the nighttime paving time will alleviate any major traffic impact however motorists are asked to avoid driving in the area of the Tyngsborough bridge if at all possible on this date between 7pm – 5am as there will be delays.  Both the East and West side of the bridge will be paved.  A second night of paving will be necessary to complete the paving, it is tentatively scheduled for this Friday night June 7th starting at 11pm through 7am Saturday morning, contingent on the weather.  We will update the community throughout the week as the schedule is subject to change based on weather conditions.

At the towns request Mass Highway has installed traffic advisory message boards to inform the public of what is occurring with the project.

Released by; Acting Chief Richard Howe