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Heart attack causes Connecticut auto accident


February 5, 2009

A 72-year-old man was involved in a Connecticut auto accident on Monday just hours after giving a eulogy for his older sister, as reported by The Advocate.

The man was driving his Toyota Camry with his wife in the funeral procession when he suffered an apparent heart attack and lost control of his car, causing the Connecticut car accident.

The car jumped a curb, sped through various lanes of a school parking lot, and then went through a yard when the Connecticut auto accident occurred.

The driver was still alive when the car stopped, but later died at Bridgeport Hospital. Nobody else was hurt as a result of the Connecticut car accident.

The Connecticut car accident lawyers at Carter Mario can help if you have been injured in an auto accident.