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After the Duxbury Tragedy, Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler Visits the Plymouth Dispatch Center

After the Duxbury Tragedy, Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler Visits the Plymouth Dispatch Center

Following the tragedy in Duxbury earlier this week that left three children dead, Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler visited a dispatch center in the nearby town of Plymouth.

Tyler, lead singer of the Boston-based rock band, traveled to Plymouth County Control, which coordinates community-to-community emergency responses and involves about 30 different fire departments and private ambulance companies. In a photo of the dispatch center posted on social media on Thursday, he can be seen posing with eight staff members there.

The Dispatch Center said in a tweet, along with a picture of the Aerosmith frontman, “Steven Tyler visits Plymouth County Control!”

The dispatch center helped respond to the tragic incidents that unfolded in Duxbury on Tuesday that left three children between the ages of 5 and 3 years and 8 months dead. Their mother is accused of killing two of them.

Police in the South Shore city responded to the home of Lindsey and Patrick Clancy and found their 5-year-old and 3-year-old children, Cora and Dawson Clancy, respectively, dead. Eight-month-old Callen Clancy, who was found injured, died Friday morning at Children’s Hospital in Boston, according to the office of Plymouth District Attorney Timothy Cruz.

Lindsay Clancy, a 32-year-old mother of three, could be charged with murder and strangulation in connection with the murders of Cora and Dawson Clancy. It is unclear whether he will face further charges following the death of Callan Clancy.

According to officials, the mother and the child were hospitalized after she tried to kill herself. The district attorney said that preliminary investigation revealed that the elder two children were strangulated to death.

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Members of the Duxbury community came together Thursday night to pray and mourn for the Clancy family. Before the tragedy earlier this week, Patrick and Lindsay Clancy were described as a “loving, happy couple,” Father Robert J. Deehan noted during the candlelight vigil.

“All of us in Duxbury are deeply saddened and heartbroken by the news of what happened to this young family,” Deehan said.

Matthew Glaser, a member of the extended Clancy family, created a GoFundMe Pages in support of Patrick Clancy after the death of his children as he “navigates an unimaginable tragedy.” Anyone wishing to donate can do so Here,

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