Jazy White Obituary, Death Cause – On Wednesday evening, there was a three-car collision on Ella T. Grasso Boulevard that resulted in one person passing away and four persons receiving injuries as a direct consequence of the incident. Police and fire workers reported these numbers. The deceased victim was identified by the police as New Haven resident Jazy White, who was 42 years old at the time of their investigation.
In the head-on collision that caused the T-bone, there were three gray Honda Accords of a more mature age. White, who was reportedly one of the drivers, was brought to the hospital but passed away very shortly after arriving there, as stated by Captain Rose Dell, who is the police spokesman for the department. The collision took place close to the intersection of Ella T. Grasso Boulevard and Washington Avenue at approximately 7:35 p.m. local time.
In a statement that was released on Thursday, Dell explained that preliminary findings from the investigation indicate that the accident occurred in the form of a T-bone, with the third vehicle being involved in the collision after the original two vehicles had collided. This was said in relation to the collision that occurred between the first two vehicles. White was one of the five people that were taken to the hospital by the emergency medical crew.
According to Dell’s statements, there was one further individual who suffered serious injuries but “non-life-threatening” ones. The collision, as stated by Dell, resulted in significant damage being sustained by all three of the automobiles that were involved. The team from the department that investigates and reconstructs accidents went to the spot and gathered evidence as well as comments from witnesses. They also talked to others who saw what happened.