Three Injured in I-84 Crash in Southington

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    Three people were injured in a crash that closed Interstate 84 in Southington for almost three and a half hours early Tuesday morning.

    Police said Kenneth Hosely, 63, of Tavares, Florida, was driving the tractor-trailer that hit a 1993 Honda Accord driven by Samer Algahmi, 30, of New Britain, at 12:03 a.m. near exit 32 in Southington. 

    Musaed Alqamus, 33, the owner of the Accord, was in the passenger seat, according to the report from state police.

    All three people were injured and transported to area hospitals.

    Algahmi and Alqamus suffered what police called incapacitating injuries. Hosely suffered a possible injury.

    The westbound side of the highway was closed until around 3:30 a.m.

    Anyone with information to help the police investigation should call 860-534-1000.
     

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