NORTH STONINGTON, Conn. (AP) — State police say three individuals have died in a wrong-way crash on a Connecticut interstate freeway.
Three different individuals have been injured within the crash on Interstate 95 north in North Stonington at about 7:45 p.m. Wednesday.
Police say a automobile pushed by 17-year-old Abigayl Lanphear, of Westerly, Rhode Island, was driving south within the northbound lanes when she struck one other car head-on.
Lanphear in addition to the motive force of the opposite automobile, 84-year-old Roger Noel, of West Warwick, Rhode Island, died. Noel’s passenger, 83-year-old Dorothy Noel, additionally died.
Two passengers in Noel’s automobile and one in Lanphear’s automobile have been injured, two severely.
The crash stays below investigation.
#BREAKING: State Police have recognized Three individuals who have been killed in a crash on I-95 in North Stonington final evening. More on the Ch. Three app ➡️ https://t.co/yJhCRSFkeA pic.twitter.com/WYUMtS8mBv
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