Driver Of Stolen Pickup Truck In Boston Public Garden Crash Arrested

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BOSTON (CBS) – A homeless man has been charged in a horrific pickup truck crash at the entrance to the Boston Public Garden that left a woman critically hurt. Keith Andrade, 58  was ordered held on $20,000 bail at his arraignment in municipal court Friday afternoon.

According to WBZ-TV I-Team sources, a firefighter left the truck running outside the Boylston Street fire station Thursday afternoon when a man stole it and took off. A short time later, it crashed through the garden gate at the corner of Boylston and Charles Street South.

A woman who had been walking on the sidewalk was pinned under the debris. A nurse and a doctor rushed to help her before she was taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries.

“She grabbed the victim’s hand in an attempt to pull her out of the way.  She tripped on her high heel and was consequently

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test-kitchen/kitchen-vagrant: Vagrant driver for Kitchen

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A Test Kitchen Driver for Vagrant.

This driver works by generating a single Vagrantfile for each instance in a
sandboxed directory. Since the Vagrantfile is written out on disk, Vagrant
needs absolutely no knowledge of Test Kitchen. So no Vagrant plugins are



A Vagrant version of 1.1.0 or higher is required for this driver which means
that a native package must be installed on the system running
Test Kitchen.

If you are creating Windows VMs over a WinRM Transport, then the
vagrant-winrm Vagrant plugin must be installed. As a
consequence, the minimum version of Vagrant required is 1.6 or higher.

Supported Virtualization Hypervisors

If you would like to use VMware Fusion or Workstation you must purchase the
software from VMware and also purchase the corresponding Vagrant VMware Plugin.


If using the ChefDK, kitchen-vagrant is already installed. If using an existing Ruby install:

gem install kitchen-vagrant


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test-kitchen/kitchen-ec2: A Test Kitchen Driver for Amazon EC2

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A Test Kitchen Driver for Amazon EC2.

This driver uses the aws sdk gem to provision and destroy EC2
instances. Use Amazon’s cloud for your infrastructure testing!

Quick Start

  1. Install ChefDK. If testing things other
    than Chef cookbooks, please consult your driver’s documentation for information
    on what to install.

  2. Install the AWS command line tools.

  3. Run aws configure. This will set up your AWS credentials for both the AWS
    CLI tools and kitchen-ec2.

  4. Add or exit the driver section of your .kitchen.yml:

  5. Run kitchen test.


There are no external system requirements for this driver. However you
will need access to an AWS account. IAM users should have, at a minimum, permission to manage the lifecycle of an EC2 instance along with modifying components specified in kitchen driver configs. Consider using a permissive managed IAM policy like arn:aws:iam::aws:policy/AmazonEC2FullAccess or tailor one specific to your security requirements.


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