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Authorities identify Framingham man killed in head-on crash on Route 20 in Sudbury

SUDBURY Authorities have recognized the Framingham man who was killed Tuesday morning after his automobile collided head-on with a tractor-trailer on Boston Post Road.

Authorities mentioned Biejan Michael Amini, 34, died after the Nissan Sentra he was driving collided with a tractor-trailer at about 10:30 a.m. on Boston Post Road (Route 20) close to its intersection with Wayside Inn Road.

According to his obituary, Amini loved mountain climbing, kayaking and biking and had three pet birds Loki, Kiwi and Greenie and a cat named Harley. He was the son of Hamid Amini and Julie Ann DeHaven, and stepson of Maryam Amini and Tom Pitta, in keeping with the obituary, and in addition had two brothers, Brian and Babak, and two stepsiblings, Ben and Miranda Pitta.

The Framingham man who was killed after a two-vehicle crash Tuesday on Boston Post Road (Route 20) in Sudbury has been identified.The Framingham man who was killed after a two-vehicle crash Tuesday on Boston Post Road (Route 20) in Sudbury has been identified.

The Framingham man who was killed after a two-vehicle crash Tuesday on Boston Post Road (Route 20) in Sudbury has been recognized.

Earlier: Framingham man killed after car collides with tractor-trailer

The driver of the tractor-trailer, who has not been recognized, was transported to Marlborough Hospital to be handled. His situation was not launched, however his accidents weren’t believed to be life-threatening, authorities mentioned.

The crash stays underneath investigation by the Middlesex District Attorney’s Office, the Massachusetts State Police and the Sudbury Police and Fire departments.

There will likely be a celebration of Amini’s life and visitation along with his household from 2-6 p.m. Saturday on the Faggas Funeral Home, 551 Mount Auburn St., Watertown, with a service at 5 p.m.

Burial will likely be personal and held later.

Norman Miller might be reached at 508-626-3823 or [email protected]. For up-to-date public security information, observe him on X @Norman_MillerMW or on Facebook at fb.com/NormanMillerCrime.

This article initially appeared on MetroWest Daily News: Framingham man, 34, identified as victim in Sudbury fatal crash

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