Two men killed in Connecticut Avenue collision

(Norwalk Fire Department)

Updated, 1 p.m.: Police press release added.

NORWALK, Conn. – These are press releases, presented in a slightly altered format from which they were sent:

Norwalk Fire responded to a two car MVA on 789 Ct Ave. at 10:11 pm. Fire fighters extricated two male passengers who were pronounced dead at the scene. The other car had one occupant who was injured and was transported to Norwalk Hospital.

Fatal Motor Vehicle Crash

On January 8, 2017, at 10:11pm Patrol Officers responded to two-car motor vehicle crash in front of 789 Connecticut Avenue. Arriving officers found two cars in the roadway with extensive damage. Two male occupants were found to be deceased in vehicle and one male occupant was found with serious injuries in the other vehicle. The Norwalk Fire Department extricated all three males, one of which was transported to the Norwalk Hospital by Norwalk Hospital Emergency Medical Service. Connecticut Avenue remained closed for several hours while Norwalk Police Accident Investigators and the Crime Scene Unit processed the scene. The preliminary investigation indicates that both vehicles were travelling in opposite directions on Connecticut Avenue and had a head-on type collision. The deceased male’s names are being withheld pending notification of their next of kin. Anyone that witnessed the crash is asked to contact Officer Wasilewski at 203-854-3035.

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