Southington, CT (March 14, 2020) - Kii Glover aged 21 and Kaivon Glover aged 22 died in a single car accident occurring at approximately 8:44 p.m.
21-year-old Gabriella Correa was driving with three passengers. 22-year-old Molina Colon was sitting in the front beside Ms. Correa and Kii and Kaivon Glover sat in the back. Ms. Correa was driving her Honda CR-V on Andrews Street in Southington headed towards New Britain when she lost control of the vehicle. She allegedly came upon a curve when she lost control. The car crashed into a cluster of large rocks and a guardrail across the double yellow lines of the road. There was immense damage to the vehicle.
Southington police arrived to the scene and shortly thereafter, Kaivon and Kii Glover were pronounced dead. Ms. Colon and Ms. Correa were both transported to hospitals with non-fatal injuries.
Our thoughts are with Kii Glover, Kaivon Glover, and their family.
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