Connecticut auto accident eliminates 4; a minimum of 3 from Rhode Island– Boston News, Weather Condition, Sports

4 individuals passed away and a fifth was seriously hurt when a cars and truck ran a northeastern Connecticut roadway and struck a tree, authorities stated. A minimum of 3 of the dead were from Rhode Island.

Connecticut State Authorities are continuing to examine the crash Monday night in Thompson, which is on the Connecticut-Rhode Island border.

Johan Santana, 18, lagged the wheel and attempting to pass another cars and truck on Quaddick Town Farm Roadway when he lost control of the cars and truck he was driving, according to an authorities report.

Santana and 3 travelers– Jaslin Perez, Erika Perez and Lixandra Terrero Almonte, all 21– were eliminated. Authorities didn’t note an address for Erika Perez however stated all the others were from Providence, Rhode Island.

Reyniel Alfonso Lopez, 21, of East Providence, Rhode Island, was hospitalized in crucial condition.

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