Wrong-Way Crash On I-95 In Connecticut Kills Two

(Stonington, CT)  --  Two people were killed and three others were taken to Rhode Island Hospital after a crash involving a wrong-way driver in Stonington, Connecticut, on Sunday.  Police say Lorna Valcin of Braintree, Massachusetts, and Eric Ramakers of Phoenix, Arizona, were killed in the overnight crash on Interstate 95.  Two others, Stephane Francois of Brockton, Mass, and Jerome Aullychad of Elmont, New York, were flown to the hospital, while the alleged wrong-way driver, Jose Gonzalez of Groton, Connecticut, was taken there by ambulance, according to police.

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