Danbury Police Look to Identify Victim of Fatal Crash
Very sad news to report today, as the Danbury Police Department is looking for help in identifying the deceased victim of a fatal crash.
According to a press release from the DPD, officers responded to the area of 48 Franklin St. at about 6:30 AM Thursday (November 1) after receiving a report that there had been a motor vehicle collision involving a pedestrian. Officers say that 38-year-old Angel Cambizaca of Danbury was driving down Franklin St. when his 2006 Honda Civic reportedly struck an unidentified woman who was in the roadway. She was taken to Danbury hospital for treatment, but unfortunately, she succumbed to her injuries.
Officers say that the victim is a white female, possibly hispanic, in her 50s and stands about 5' tall. She has short black hair, and at the time of the collision, she was wearing a black knit hat, blue slip-on sneakers, blue leggings with patterns on the pockets,a DKNY gray hooded fleece lined coat and a white t-shirt. Also, she had gold and solver rope earrings, a gold ring with clear baguette cornerstones and purple center stone and a gold colored Timex watch with a white face.
Anyone who witnessed this collision or may have any information on the identity of the female pedestrian is asked to contact Officer Keith Leggiadro or Officer Matthew Malone at (203) 797-2157.