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Deadly 24 Hours on Connecticut Highways

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    Deadly 24 Hours on Connecticut Highways
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    Firefighters work on the scene on an accident on Route 8 in Thomaston (OnSceneFirePhoto.com)

    Three people are dead after separate highway crashes in the past 24 hours.

    Overnight, two young people were killed in two separate crashes in East Hartford.

    Kamron Redding-Hall, 26 of Hartford, was killed after crashing a motorcycle on I-84 East near exit 55 late last night.

    Brandon Gothberg, 20 of East Hartford, died in a car crash on Route 2 East near exit 5 at 10 p.m. Friday night.

    A yet-to-be identified victim was killed on Route 6 in Coventry yesterday afternoon after colliding with a dump truck.

    This morning, three serious crashed shut down I91 South in Wethersfield, both sides of I-84 in West Hartford and Route 8 in Thomaston. There were serious injuries the I-91 south crash in Wethersfield. The crash has been cleared.

    In West Hartford, there was a multi-vehicle rollover crash near exit 40 on I-84. A car flipped over onto the median. A wrecker responded to clear at least one car. There were injuries and anyone hurt was taken to the hospital.

    One person was seriously injured in the Thomaston Route 8 rollover crash.

    There was a rollover crash on Route 7 south at I-84 in Danbury Friday night, causing minor injuries.