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Bridgeport family searches for answers after car fatally hits man on I-95 in Norwalk

Leola Crawford, 31, says she was very close to her brother, 29-year-old Leron Crawford-Oliver, who police say was hit by one car in the middle of I-95, then repeatedly struck by other vehicles after he was killed.

News 12 Staff

Mar 30, 2022, 4:30 PM

Updated 841 days ago

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A woman is seeking answers after her brother was struck and killed by a car on I-95 in Norwalk.
State police say the incident happened just before 10:30 p.m. Friday in the northbound lane of I-95 by Exit 14.
Leola Crawford, 31, says she was very close to her brother, 29-year-old Leron Crawford-Oliver, who police say was hit by one car in the middle of I-95, then repeatedly struck by other vehicles after he was killed.
Crawford says she has no idea why her brother, who was from Bridgeport, was in the middle of the northbound lane and she wants answers.
"It's not a good feeling, you know, that your brother was killed in that manner — then to wonder why he was even there to begin with, you know?" Crawford says.
Crawford says her family is still in the process of making funeral arrangements.
The state medical examiner is expected to provide more information soon, officials say.


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