Burlington – Fatal Crash Update
Authorities have identified all parties involved in last Saturday’s fatal accident in Burlington.
Two vehicles collided on Route 4 near Mountain Spring Road when one of the vehicles swerved onto the opposite lane. 55-year-old Denise Marie Decker, a passenger in a 2015 Infiniti Q50, was killed in the crash. Officials have now identified all motorists involved in the incident. 32-year-old Krystal L. Decker and 37-year-old John M. Corrado, both passengers in the Infiniti, were airlifted (LifeStar) to UConn Hospital and Hartford Hospital, respectively, while 33-year-old driver Matthew Raymond Decker was transported via ambulance to UConn Hospital but was reportedly unhurt and released soon after. 70-year-old Arthur Milano, 56-year-old Yulian Tang, and 54-year-old Xiaoli Ding, all occupants in a 2018 Honda HR-V, were also taken to several hospitals for unspecified injuries sustained in the collision. The case is still under active investigation. More updates will be provided when appropriate.
This incident resulted in multiple injuries and will be looked at thoroughly so that accountability can be accurately established. While available info suggests an obvious culprit, assumptions should not be made before authorities complete their investigation. These things said, motorists injured due to negligence are advised to seek legal guidance. They have to be informed of the various legal avenues they can pursue to cope and find closure.
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