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Posted on: April 21, 2022

[ARCHIVED] 2022-04-21: Serious Motor Vehicle Crash in Trumbull Claims Life of Monroe Man

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On Thursday, April 21, 2022, a single car motor vehicle accident, occurred in Trumbull, ending with the death of a Monroe man, closing the road for several hours. The victim, Gino Magliocco, age 84, was the driver and only occupant of the involved vehicle.

At around 10:30 AM, the Trumbull Police received several 911 calls to report the motor vehicle accident on Stonehouse Road in the area of Thomas Street. Arriving Trumbull officers immediately began rendering medical aid to him. Trumbull EMS arrived and assisted with treating the victim before transporting him to Saint Vincent’s Hospital where he later died from his injuries. The Long Hill and Trumbull Center Fire Departments also responded and assisted with securing the scene.

The man’s vehicle had traveled Easterly on Stonehouse Road before it struck a tree, causing it to roll, and eventually cross the roadway before it came to rest. The accident scene spanned a large section of Stonehouse Road between West Rock Road and Thomas Street. The Trumbull and Fairfield Police Department’s Traffic Divisions are currently investigating this incident. The cause of the accident and cause of death have not been determined at this time.

At approximately 2:30 PM, the area of Stonehouse Road between Thomas Street and West Rock Road had been reopened. Traffic flow has since returned to normal and the detours around the area of Stonehouse Road are no longer in effect.

Trumbull Police are asking anyone who may have information about this accident to contact the Trumbull Police Department directly at 203-261-3665.

2022-04-21 11:15 AM: Serious Motor Vehicle Crash Closes Stonehouse Road in Trumbull

Trumbull Police are now on the scene of a one-car motor vehicle crash on Stonehouse Road in Trumbull. The crash involves serious injuries and the roadway in this area will be closed for several hours. Stonehouse Road will be closed between Thomas Street and West Rock Road until further notice.

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