• March 02, 2017

James Mindrum Killed in Fairfield, CT, Single-Vehicle Accident

Fairfield, CT -- February 27, 2017, James Mindrum was killed after an accident in which his vehicle lost control and crashed off the highway.

Connecticut State Highway Patrol were called to investigate the single-vehicle accident that occurred in the early morning hours of Monday.

Their preliminary accident investigations indicate that 43-year-old Mindrum was driving a car northbound along I-95. Near the intersection of Route 1, the vehicle somehow lost control and veered out of its lane. It traveled off the right side of the highway where it went through a guardrail and an embankment before crashing into a tree.

By the time emergency services arrived, Mindrum had succumbed to his fatal injuries. Authorities have not suggested what factors may have caused the accident.

No additional information is currently available.

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