Mass Live reports two teenagers and a 20-year-old were killed in a horrific single-car crash that closed Interstate-91 southbound for more than six hours Sunday morning.
Connecticut State Police have identified the three male victims as Moses Negron, 18, of New Britain, Connecticut, Taahir Harris, 19, of Southington, Connecticut, and Kerion Rogers, 20, of Bristol, Connecticut.
All three were declared dead at the scene of the accident, police said.
Additionally Mass Live says the crash happened at 7:18 a.m. near Exit 47 east on I91. The car, a 1999 GS 300 Lexus sedan, veered off the right side of the interstate, traveled through the grass shoulder, up an embankment and slammed into a tree, police said.
The car was totaled in the crash.
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