STRATFORD, Conn. — Stratford police released more details of a crash Friday afternoon when a motor vehicle struck a parked car on Stratford Avenue.
Four people were hurt in the crash — and one person sustained with life-threatening injuries, Stratford police said Tuesday. Earlier police reports said three people were injured in the crash.
Police identified the occupants of the car and their conditions:
- The driver, Bryan Dhati of Stratford, sustained non-life-threatening injuries;
- Passenger Charles Bonilla of Stratford sustained non-life-threatening injuries;
- Passenger Stanley Augustine of Stratford sustained non-life-threatening injuries; and
- Passenger Kameron Bonilla of Stratford sustained life-threatening injuries.
Their car was traveling west on Stratford Avenue and hit a parked car near Eleanor Street at about 1:15 p.m. Friday, police said.
The four occupants of the moving vehicle suffered injuries and were transported to a local hospital for treatment.
The investigation was ongoing Tuesday, Stratford police said.
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