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RMV: Driver In Fatal Duck Boat Crash Had History Of Driving Violations

A memorial set up for 28-year-old Allison Warmuth sits in the rain on the corner of Charles and Beacon Streets. (Jesse Costa/WBUR)
A memorial set up for 28-year-old Allison Warmuth sits in the rain on the corner of Charles and Beacon Streets. (Jesse Costa/WBUR)
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The driver of an amphibious sightseeing vehicle involved in a fatal crash with a woman riding a scooter in Boston has a history of driving violations.

According to records released by the state Registry of Motor Vehicles, the driver of the vehicle known as a duck boat has been cited for speeding 10 times, was found at fault in a 2003 accident, and cited for several other infractions.

The driver has had his license suspended, as is routine in fatal crashes, but no charges have been filed in connection with the crash Saturday near the Boston Common.

The woman killed has been identified by her family as 28-year-old Allison Warmuth, an insurance underwriter who lived in the city. A man on the scooter was hurt but is expected to survive.

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