Killingly – Hospitalization After Intersection Crash
Two motorists were injured in an intersection collision in Killingly that resulted in hospitalization.
51-year-old Janice Weidele and a 21-year-old female passenger, both from Rhode Island, were traveling east on Route 6 (Providence Pike) in a 2013 Kia Sportage when they were rear-ended by a 1987 BMW 325 driven by 24-year-old Andrew Kersey. Weidele was attempting to turn right to Margaret Henry Road when Kersey’s vehicle hit them. Weidele and her passenger were injured in the collision and brought to The Day Kimball Hospital by EMS crews for treatment. Kersey was not hurt in the crash and has cooperated with authorities. The accident is currently being investigated. Officials will release more information when they become available.
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