On Saturday, July 25, two men died on the Interstate 91 in Connecticut.
According to state police, the first accident happened at around 2.30 a.m., when 26 year old Steven Baez of Bronx, New York, was a passenger in a car being driven by 28 year old Sean Brown of Ardsley, New York, which hit another car and overturned. Baez was killed and a second passenger, 25 year old Jasmine Clifford of Greenwich, along with the driver, was taken to hospital with minor injuries. Those in the other vehicle were not injured.
Then in the same area, at around 6.30 a.m. 51 year old David Sanchez of New Haven was driving near southbound Exit 13 in Wallingford. His car rear ended a tractor trailer and became wedged underneath and caught fire. He died at the scene and as a precaution the truck driver was taken to hospital.
The accidents led to delays on the highway for several hours on Saturday morning.
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