Fairfield – Several People Injured In Highway Crash
An early morning crash in Fairfield yesterday resulted in several injured people, including a state trooper.
The accident occurred at approximately 2:30 a.m. on I-95 crossing Fairfield, between exits 21 and 22. A state trooper stopped to assist a disabled car on the highway. A third vehicle crashed into the state trooper’s stopped car, which in turn lunged forward, hitting the disabled car in front of it. 29-year-old state trooper Gregory Sawicki was transported to Bridgeport Hospital for treatment. 32-year-old Joseph Buzzanca, the driver of the third vehicle, was sent to St. Vincent’s Medical Center for treatment of minor injuries. 25-year-old Carmen Cisneros and 22-year-old Jose Martin Guerrero, occupants of the disabled vehicle, were also transported to St. Vincent’s Medical Center for minor injuries.
Multiple-vehicle accidents are complicated to investigate, although in this case, the offending vehicle has been easy to identify. Studying this and other similar incidents can be beneficial because it helps us understand our rights and options as motorists. Consulting legal experts in this field can also be useful.
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