Ricardo Salaza Obituary, Death Cause – A collision between a man’s SUV and the Soundview Plaza parking garage on East Main Street reportedly resulted in the death of a guy who was 47 years old late on Friday night. The incident was reported by the local police department. On East Main Street is where you will find the garage. According to Sergeant Jeffrey Booth, who is responsible for serving as the spokesperson for the Stamford Police Department, the collision took place at around 11:45 p.m.
It has been found that Hector Ricardo Rivera-Salazar, who was the only occupant of the vehicle and who was also the one who was driving it, was originally from the city of Stamford. He was also the only one who was in the vehicle at the time of the incident. Booth claimed that Rivera-Salazar’s 2000 Nissan Pathfinder, which had been traveling in the northbound way on Houston Terrace, had crossed all lanes of traffic on East Main Street at a rapid speed. This information was based on the fact that the vehicle had been moving in the northbound way on Houston Terrace.
This was said in relation to the fact that Rivera-Salazar had been heading northbound on Houston Terrace at the time of the incident. According to Booth, the Nissan Pathfinder finally drove onto the property located at 1266 E. Main St., where it then collided with a support column for a parking garage. This happened after the vehicle had been driven onto the property. It is a strange twist of fate, but the address of the location where the crash took place also happens to be the location of the commercial district known as Soundview Plaza. Booth stated that Rivera-Salazar was pronounced deceased at the scene of the incident where it took place. At this point, the inquiry into what triggered the disastrous collision is still ongoing and being carried out.