Stamford – Intersection Crash Update
Authorities just released updates regarding a recent crash in Stamford.
A Nissan Altima with six occupants crashed at the intersection of Canal and Henry Streets early Monday morning. Two passengers died in the accident, while four others, including the driver, were hospitalized for various injuries. 19-year-old Amaiya Callahan and 20-year-old Alontia Moore remain in serious condition, while the driver of the car, 18-year-old Jerry Diaz, is now listed as stable from his previous status of critical. Authorities have yet to accurately determine the cause of the crash and are still examining evidence collected from the accident site. Further updates will be provided as they become available.
The circumstances displayed in this crash have made identifying the culprit/cause quite challenging. That said, authorities are still looking at all possibilities and should be able to finish their investigation in due time. It’s important to note that those injured in the crash and identified as not responsible for it may have various options they can discuss with legal experts to help them find closure after this unfortunate incident.
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