Hingham Apple Store Reopens After Deadly Crash

A look at the scene after an SUV smashed into the front of the Apple Store at the Derby Street Shops on November 21, 2022. Photo: Jim MacKay/WBZ NewsRadio

HINGHAM, Mass (WBZ NewsRadio) — The Apple Store at Hingham's Derby Street Shops has reopened after a deadly crash in November.

The store was closed for just under two months, and more than dozen concrete barriers now surround the Apple Store's plate-glass front windows.

Kevin Bradley, 65, a man visiting from New Jersey, was killed in the crash — 20 others were injured.

Bradley Rein, the driver of the SUV the crash, is facing involuntary manslaughter charges. He claimed in his court appearance after the crash that he had mistakenly hit the accelerator and tried to stop before smashing into the glass storefront. He's out on bail and isn't allowed to drive, and will be back in court on March 9.

Lisa, a high school student, says she knows people who work at the Derby Street Apple Store. WBZ's Jim MacKay asked her about the aftermath of the crash.

"It's been really crazy. So overwhelming, not normal at all," she said.

Survivors of the crash filed a lawsuit against the driver and the management company of the Derby Street Shops.

WBZ's Jim MacKay (@JimMacKayOnAir) has more:

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