Two people were killed in a fatal car crash that led to an explosion in Hartford on October 11.
According to the Hartford police, witnesses heard a loud explosion and found a car burning in a parking lot near the intersection of Main and Windsor Streets. A man was found severely burned inside the car while another man was found on a nearby sidewalk.
Both victims were pronounced dead and have not been identified.
A surveillance video provided by a nearby business showed the explosion. The vehicle was seen speeding against traffic when it hit a curb, flipped over, and exploded. An eyewitness also said that the car was speeding on the wrong side of the road.
The police are conducting an investigation and consider speed as a factor in the crash.
At least three persons were injured in a two-vehicle accident that occurred in Bloomfield on Sunday morning, July 28.
Bloomfield police responded to a two-car accident at 1266 Blue Hills Avenue around 3 a.m. Authorities found 19-year-old Jamar Johnson unconscious and suffering from several broken bones due to the accident. Police also found Chazz Gaither-Lewis, 19, severely injured as a result of the accident. A woman identified as 50-year-old Edith Mackenzie also reportedly complained of minor injuries from the crash. The three persons were brought to a nearby hospital for treatment.
Unfortunately, many people are injured in car accidents caused by the reckless actions all too often. If you have been involved in such an accident in Connecticut, a lawyer from the Law Offices of Paul Levin may be able to help you get compensation from the person who caused the accident. Call 860.560.7226 today to find out how we can help you.