Anthony Manieri Obituary, North Attleboro Resident Dies in RI Highway Crash

Anthony Manieri Obituary, Death – A tragic loss of life occurred on Sunday afternoon in the hamlet of Smithfield when a local man was murdered when the pickup truck he was driving veered off of Interstate 295 and collided with a tree. At the time of the collision, the oncoming snowfall that had just started moving into the area had just started. According to the Rhode Island State Police, the deceased individual was a man by the name of Anthony Manieri, and it was determined that he was 56 years old. The accident took at around 4:20 in the afternoon local time somewhere in the vicinity.

An investigation revealed that Manieri was driving a Ford Ranger pickup on the high speed lane of Interstate 295 South when, approximately 500 feet south of the George Washington Highway overpass, the vehicle spun across the center and low speed lanes, traveled through the soft shoulder, and hit a tree as it entered the wood line, according to the state police. The tree was hit as the vehicle entered the wood line. Manieri was found dead at the scene. The medical examiner at the scene of the collision pronounced Manieri deceased. The medical workers that responded to the scene confirmed that Manieri had passed away.

The fact that Manieri had passed away was verified by the attending medical personnel who came to the scene. After receiving reports of an incident involving a single vehicle, the Smithfield Police Department, the Smithfield Fire Department, and state troopers from the Scituate headquarters of the state police came to the location. All of these departments are located in Smithfield. It is absolutely essential that anyone who may have witnessed the collision get in touch with the state police headquarters as soon as possible at (401) 444-1000. During the storm, Rhode Island State Troopers responded to 54 accidents involving motor vehicles and helped 27 automobiles that were stranded because of the weather and were unable to proceed.