Quebec died in a road accident in Connecticut: the driver of the other vehicle was stopped

News 12 February, 2018
  • Courtesy police Farmington

    Maxime Deland

    Monday, 12 February 2018 15:14

    Monday, 12 February 2018 15:14

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    Police in Farmington, Connecticut, arrested a 54 year old man who is suspected of having caused the road accident that claimed the lives of two of Quebec, in mid-September.

    Late in the evening of 14 September, a violent collision occurred on route 6, Farmington.

    Réjean St-Pierre and Benoit Boislard, both aged 66 and originally from the eastern Townships, were killed in the tragedy.

    At the time of the facts, the two men, who were accompanied by two women, went to the funeral of their uncle in the United States.

    The investigation conducted by the police of Farmington has allowed to establish that the accident may have been caused by Edward Brozynski, who was intoxicated during the collision.

    According to the us authorities, Brozynski would have deviated from his path to find himself in the opposite direction, at the time when the car of the victims brought down.

    The impact has been fatal for the two Quebecers. The two women who accompanied them, one of them has been treated before obtaining the leave of a local hospital, while the other was more seriously injured.

    Edward Brozynski, who was also hurt in the accident, was pinned Friday to Unionville, in the State of Connecticut, and he was summoned to court Tuesday under several charges, including two of manslaughter with a motor vehicle. There is a risk of a maximum of 10 years imprisonment for each of two counts of murder, plus fines, if convicted.

    The amount of his bail was set at 275 000 US$.