• Yarmouth woman, 52, dies after being pinned between car, garage door

    By: Manoella Macedo


    YARMOUTH, Mass. - A woman in Yarmouth has died after being pinned by her garage door, according to police.

    Yarmouth Police say 52-year-old Deborah Reade-Kochka was found by her husband pinned between her 2017 Honda SUV and the garage door to her home on Seminole Drive at around 6 p.m. on Tuesday.

    A preliminary investigation shows the woman appears to have driven her car through her garage door and became pinned between the car and the door. Reade Kochka's husband found her when he got home from work, according to police.

    Police and fire officials extricated the woman and rushed her to the hospital, where she died from her injuries.

    State Police, along with the Yarmouth Police Crash Reconstruction Unit and detectives are leading a follow-up investigation to determine how the incident happened.

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