Authorities have released more information about last Friday’s intersection crash in Southington.
The accident occurred at the intersection of Clark Street (Route 509) and Meriden-Waterbury Turnpike (Route 322) and involved two vehicles. 17-year-old Julia Bruno was driving her Nissan Sentra when, at approximately 10:18 p.m., she collided with another vehicle driven by 76-year-old Nancy Giudice. The collision forced Bruno’s Nissan off the roadway and into a utility pole. She sustained critical injuries and was pronounced dead soon after. Giudice was reportedly not injured. The case is still under investigation and officials are asking anyone with information about the crash to contact them as soon as possible.
This unfortunate event highlights some of the circumstances/details that typically surround intersection collisions. Officials have yet to conclude their investigation and identify the cause/culprit. Suffice it to say, if they discover any form of negligence not associated with the victim, her family may have the option of filing for damages as determined by legal experts.
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