BRIDGEPORT, Conn. — The two men in their 20s who were killed in a one-car fiery crash on a dead-end street in Bridgeport on Christmas Eve were identified by police on Monday, according to the Connecticut Post.
The driver was Will Alexander-Armijo, 24, and the passenger was Ismael Hernandez, 26, both of Bridgeport, police told the Connecticut Post.
The Nissan Pathfinder slammed into a concrete barrier at the end of Laurel Avenue, off Capitol Avenue, just before 10 p.m. Saturday, police said. The street makes a dead end near Rooster River.
Hernandez was declared dead at the scene, and Alexander-Armijo, who was pulled from the burning car by a witness, died later at St. Vincent’s Medical Center.
Police were investigating the cause of the double-fatal crash.
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