Alexander Motsenigos was killed in a hit-and-run crash on Weston Street he wearing a helmet at the time of the crash, but sustained life-threatening injuries and was transported to Newton Wellesley Hospital.
Both were driving northbound on
Weston Road just before 2 p.m. Friday afternoon, according to a joint statement with the Norfolk County District Attorney’s office published on the Wellesley Police Department’s website. According to the Wellesley Patch.
A followup to the story and failure of the justice system to convict the driver was posted on streetsblog
An obituary of Alexander reads:
of Nilanthi (Chinniah) Motsenigos. Devoted father of Nikolas Chinniah
Motsenigos. Loving son of Barbara Ann Rue and the late Nikolaos
Motsenigos. Loving Brother of Fondas Motsenigos and his wife Ellie,
Spiros Motsenigos and his wife Astrid and Avi Ben Johnson. Loving uncle
of Clairie Motsenigos. Son in law of Dr. and Mrs. Anton Chinniah.
Brother in law to Kishani and Sergio Moreno and Sharmali and Kyle
Commodore. Loving uncle and godfather to Sifani Commodore, Uncle of
Kaelon Commodore and Ryan Moreno. Loving godfather to Joseph Holstead,
William Piper, Katerina Papadoopoulos. ... In
lieu of flowers donations in his memory may be made to the Nikolas
Motsenigos Education Fund, P.O. Box 81082, Wellesley, MA 02481 or
paypal: email@example.com https://www.paypal.com/webapps/ mpp/send-money-online.
From the Swellesey Report blog:
Ghost Bike memorializes Wellesley cyclist
By bbrown | Published: November 11, 2012
A Ghost Bike has appeared at the Linden Street/Weston Road spot where Wellesley resident Alex Motsenigos was killed over the summer when hit by a truck. Thanks to a reader for passing along the photo.
Ghost Bikes have shown up around the Boston area in recent years, and unfortunately in recent months as well,
as a way to remember those cyclists who have been killed and to create
awareness for driver and cyclist safety. Learn more about the grassroots
Ghost Bikes here.
Wellesley police identified the driver of the truck involved in the accident but no charges have been filed, as the investigation continues.