Police Identify Man, Woman Killed in Berlin Fiery Crash - NBC Connecticut

Police Identify Man, Woman Killed in Berlin Fiery Crash



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    Two people died in a fiery car crash in Berlin on Saturday morning.

    Police have identified the man and a woman who died in a fiery car crash on Kensington Road in Berlin Saturday morning as 37-year-old David Gerent, of Meriden, and 32-year-old Megan O'Grady, of Southington.

    Police said Gerent's Mercedes was driving southbound near the 1400 block of Kensington Road when Gerent lost control and struck a tree around 3:45 a.m. Saturday. The car burst into flames.

    Emergency crews doused the flames and found O'Grady and Gerent inside.

    The Berlin Police Traffic Bureau and the Mid-State Accident Reconstruction Squad are investigating the fatal crash. South Kensington and Berlin volunteer firefighters also responded to the scene.

    Investigators determed that Gerent was driving "at a high rate of speed" prior to the crash, according to police. The speed limit in the area is 25 miles an hour, but drivers sometimes speed around the curve, a neighbor told NBC Connecticut.

    Two tow trucks removed the charred vehicle from the scene.

    Witnesses and anyone with information is asked to contact the police department at 860-828-7080.

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