On Sunday morning, a tragic car accident occurred in Meriden that resulted in the death of a woman named Denisse Acosta. She was trapped in her car following the crash and later died from her injuries. The police department in Meriden reported the incident, leaving the community saddened by the tragic news.
Keep reading this article to learn more about how this incident happened.
Denisse Acosta died: How it Happened?
Tragedy struck in Meriden on Sunday morning when a woman lost her life in a car crash. The accident occurred at approximately 3:29 a.m. on Main Street in South Meriden, involving two white Acura vehicles. One of the cars attempted to turn left into a driveway at 133 Main St, while the other drove up from behind and collided with the driver’s side door. The driver of the vehicle that was hit, Denisse Acosta, aged 53 and a resident of Meriden, was trapped in her car until firefighters from the Meriden Fire Department were able to free her. Despite being rushed to the Hospital of Central Connecticut in New Britain, she succumbed to her injuries and passed away. The other driver involved in the incident, Jonathan Reyes, aged 31 and also from Meriden, was not hurt.
The Meriden Police Department is currently investigating the accident and has not released any additional information regarding the cause of the collision. They are requesting the help of anyone who may have witnessed the accident or has video footage of the incident. If you have any information, please call the Meriden police at 203-630-6201.
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