BROOKLYN, CT — Connecticut State Police and local Brooklyn authorities named Brian Laroche as the driver that was killed in an accident with a dump truck on Saturday, May 30th, 2015. Sources out of the region said that the accident was reported to local police at about 8:08 Saturday morning.
55-year-old Brian Laroche died when the Ford Probe he was driving and a Willimantic Waste Paper Company dump truck collided while driving on Highway 6. Accident investigation teams believe that the Ford veered into the lanes of oncoming traffic for reasons currently unknown when it hit the driver’s side of the dump truck.
Laroche was flown by EMS to UMass Medical Center where he succumbed to his injuries.
State Police are still looking into the cause of the collision at this point.
Scene of the Accident
View of the Road
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