Family mourns death of Stamford man killed in crash

Friends and family are mourning the death of a Stamford man after a two-car crash in Bridgeport.

Soto's family describes the 31-year-old as funny, helpful, well-liked and an incredible father to his two young children.

Soto's family describes the 31-year-old as funny, helpful, well-liked and an incredible father to his two young children. (6/20/16)

BRIDGEPORT - Friends and family are mourning the death of a Stamford man after a two-car crash in Bridgeport.

The crash happened at the intersection of Main Street and Fairview Avenue Sunday morning.

Police say 62-year-old David Henshaw was driving nearly 100 mph when he crashed into Felipe Soto's car.

They say Soto's car was split in two by the impact.

Soto's family describes the 31-year-old as funny, helpful, well-liked and an incredible father to his two young children.

Soto's family say they hope an arrest will be made soon.

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