Ansonia – Highway Crash Update
Authorities have identified motorists involved in last Saturday’s highway incident in Ansonia.
John Mulrooney of Prospect was driving his Toyota Tacoma on Route 8 North with one passenger when they were rear-ended by an Infiniti in the area of Exit 19 (Wakelee Avenue). The collision forced the pickup truck to hit a guardrail before falling down an embankment. Both motorists sustained injuries and were tended to by responding EMS personnel. The Infiniti was driven by Jahrell Noble of Watertown. The car was occupied by four motorists at the time of the crash and Noble immediately fled the accident site. According to officials, Noble was tailgating and overspeeding that evening, factors that contributed to the collision.
It’s likely that panic causes accident culprits to flee crash sites, but this doesn’t mitigate the fact that instances of hit-and-run will only make cases worse for suspects. That said, people who are injured due to the negligent actions of these individuals are advised to seek legal guidance so that their cases can be thoroughly evaluated. Under appropriate circumstances, experts might recommend filing for damages as a course of action.
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