WEYMOUTH, MASS. (WHDH) – Apple CEO Tim Cook stopped in Massachusetts on Saturday to meet with victims who are still recovering in hospital after a car crashed through an Apple store in Hingham.
The crash killed a 65-year-old man on Monday and injured dozens more.
“We are grateful that Apple’s Tim Cook and Deirdre O’Brien were able to come to South Shore Hospital on Friday to visit some of the patients injured in last week’s Apple Store tragedy in Hingham,” Allen Smith, President and CEO of South Shore Health said in a statement.
“The genuine care and kindness shown by Tim and his team during this visit did so much to lift the spirits of the patients and our colleagues,” Smith wrote.
The hospital said at least two patients have been discharged, but two others remain in intensive care. The driver was arrested for negligent homicide.
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