Meghan Voisine Car Accident – A UConn understudy died when she was struck by a quick in and out driver in Suffield Saturday night.
Police distinguished the casualty as Meghan Voisine, 20, of Suffield. She was a lesser, a college representative said.
Police said they have discovered the vehicle they accept struck Voisine and may have distinguished the driver. They keep on exploring.
It occurred around 10:30 p.m. Saturday at the convergence of Thrall Avenue and Route 159, or East Street North. Specialists on call couldn’t resuscitate Voisine, police said.
The convergence was shut for five hours while individuals from a territorial group of crash specialists accumulated proof. The North Central Municipal Accident Reconstruction Team is researching; anybody with data about the quick in and out is approached to call police at 860-668-3870 and converse with Sgt. Justin Nelson.
Voisine was a lesser concentrating on showcasing. She had gone to Seton Hall University prior to moving to UConn in fall 2020, said Stephanie Reitz, college representative.
“She was a functioning and an excited individual from Gamma Phi Beta sorority and the Women in Business understudy association, and was very popular among her colleagues and teachers,” Reitz said. “The UConn people group stretches out its most unfathomable sympathies to Meghan’s loved ones, and offers their distress over her passing.”