A graduate from the University of New Haven has died a little over a week after a crash and vehicle fire in New Haven that killed a student at the school.
At the scene, police said they found a black Chevrolet Cruz that had hit a tree. The vehicle involved in the crash had heavy damage and was on fire, according to firefighters.
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Firefighters put the vehicle fire out and removed the driver from the vehicle with the Jaws of Life, investigators said.
The driver, later identified as 26-year-old Kenu Adderley, of West Haven, was taken to Bridgeport Hospital to be treated for life-threatening injuries, according to police. He died of his injuries on Sunday, authorities added. The University of New Haven said Adderley was a graduate of the school.
A passenger who was in the vehicle, later identified as 21-year-old Raymond Rolle, of West Haven, was transported to Yale New Haven Hospital, where he later died, investigators previously said.
The crash remains under investigation.