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By Joyce Westner Dec. 27, 2023

A GoFundMe was started on behalf of Aidan McElhinney who was injured last Wednesday in a Lockeland Rd. car accident and is suffering life-threatening injuries.  McElhinney graduated from Winchester High School in June, and is in the ICU at Lahey Medical Center.  According to local resident Mary Drummond who organized the go-fund-me, “In addition to this tragic situation, this family also lost use of their home in April due to a house fire,” on LaGrange St.  The family is currently living in Arlington while the house is being rebuilt.  

For more information, and to donate to help with his medical expenses, visit https://www.gofundme.com/f/Aidan-mcelhinney-help-with-medical-expenses 

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