Bradley Rein, driver charged in deadly crash at Hingham Apple store, says it was an accident

BY Ramya


What happened at Derby Street Hingham? 

The front of the Apple store at the Derby Street Shops in Hingham, Massachusetts, was boarded up hours after an SUV crashed into it on Nov. 21, 2022. A construction worker was killed in the crash and 19 other people were injured.

Who crashed into the Apple store in Hingham? 

The driver of an SUV that crashed into an Apple Store in Hingham, Massachusetts, on Monday, killing one person and injuring 20 others, faced a judge late Tuesday morning.Bradley Rein, 53, has been charged with reckless homicide by motor vehicle and reckless operation of a motor vehicle.According to court documents,

Who drove into the Apple store? 

Raising Millions at Hollywood's 'Mom Prom'.The authorities identified the man who was killed as Kevin Bradley, 65, of Wayne, N.J. Apple said in a statement that it was devastated by the crash and “the tragic loss of a professional who was on site supporting recent construction at the store.”

Why did Apple remove the brick? 

To give you a quick brief, Apple aims to become 100% carbon neutral by 2030. So, by removing the charger and the Earpods from the iPhone 12 box, it can cut the packaging by 70% and ship more devices at the same time, which in turn would reduce the shipping-related emissions.

Who were the two Steves behind Apple Inc? 

Apple Computers, Inc. was founded on April 1, 1976, by college dropouts Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, who brought to the new company a vision of changing the way people viewed computers. Jobs and Wozniak wanted to make computers small enough for people to have them in their homes or offices.

What did Apple get in trouble for? 

Thirty-three US states claimed that Apple had done this to drive users into buying new devices. Millions of people were affected when the models of iPhone 6 and 7 and SE were slowed down in 2016 in a scandal that was dubbed batterygate.

Who ate the Apple on the Iphone logo? 

Initially, Apple's logo was about Issac Newton, and then it became a picture of a real apple. The designer of Apple's latest logo, Ron Janoff bought a dozens of apples in the supermarket after he got his design mission. He cut them into small pieces, bit one of them and got inspired. That's it.