he driver of a car that collided with a guard rail on I-84 West in Farmington is in Hartford Hospital with serious injuries.
Vigneault, 21, of Southington, sustained "incapacitating injuries"
after he was thrown from the 2005 Infinity and was taken to Hartford
Hospital, state police said in a report. The vehicle was traveling in
the right-most lane of three on the highway in the direction of
Waterbury and struck a guard rail on the left shoulder.
His passengers, Kyle Casserino, 22, and Louis Basile, 21, both of
Southington, were both transported to the hospital via American Medical
Response ambulances to be treated for non-life threatening injuries.
Casserino went to Saint Francis Hospital in Hartford with a laceration
on his left arm and Basile was taken to Hartford Hospital to be treated
for an abrasion on his face, police said. Both were wearing seat belts
and it is unknown if Vigneault was wearing his, police said.
car that the three Southington residents were in is registered to Joanne
Markevich, who lives at the same address as Vigneault.
Farmington volunteer firefighters and state police responded to the incident.
State Police said the accident is still under investigation and further details were unavailable Wednesday.
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