Police search for third motorist in I-95 crash

A Fairfield man is dead following a motorcycle crash on I-95 and now police are searching for one of the three cars involved in the

FAIRFIELD - A Fairfield man is dead following a motorcycle crash on I-95 and now police are searching for one of the three cars involved in the accident.

Police say John Guiza, 21, was riding in Fairfield Saturday night when his bike collided with two cars. Guiza was thrown from his bike and hit by a third motorist, according to authorities.

Police have identified two of the drivers involved in the accident but say the third car drove off after running Guiza over.

Guiza was pronounced dead at the scene.

Anyone with information about the crash is urged to call state police at (203) 696-2500.

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