According to police, the suspect, Joseph Guzman-Rivera, was speeding away from Connecticut State Police Thursday when the fatal crash took place at Railroad and Iranistan avenues.
Troopers were conducting a traffic stop on Interstate 95 just before 1 p.m. and attempted to stop a black Infiniti. When they asked the suspect to move to the shoulder, the suspect fled and exited the highway onto South Avenue, police said.
"I came out and already they had her out of the vehicle and they were giving her CPR", Tomczyk said. Police say his auto first hit another vehicle, killing the female driver, then careened into a pedestrian and another person who might have been on a bicycle, injuring both of them. Guzman-Rivera fled on foot from there. The pedestrians received non life-threatening injuries.
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Police have not released the identity of the suspect or the woman who was killed in the crash.
Guzman-Rivera went before a judge Friday to face an array of charges, including illegal drug possession and injuring a police service dog.