Danbury, CT — A woman from New Fairfield was killed and four other people were injured on Saturday (June 8, 2013) after a fatal accident between a Hyundai and a commercial truck with Eagle Electric, LLC. Police identified the deceased woman as Lindsay Beale, 23, a passenger in the Hyundai.
Sources reported that the Hyundai was driven by 20-year old Luis Martins and was headed north along Federal Road in Danbury on Saturday, carrying Beale, Casey Rutter, and Jason Ferreira as passengers. As the Hyundai was driving north on Federal Road, the Eagle Electric commercial truck up ahead was making a left turn and the two vehicles collided.
The impact from the wreck left Lindsay Beale dead and injured the other four in the Hyundai. All were taken to a local hospital for varying injuries. The driver of the commercial truck was injured, but his name was not released yet. The accident is still under investigation.
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