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Police: Pedestrian fatally struck by 2 cars in Bay Shore – News 12 Connecticut

Jan 11, 2022, 11:03amUpdated 4h ago

By: News 12 Staff

Police say a Bay Shore man was hit and killed by two cars while standing
in the middle of the street Monday.

According to police, the incident happened around 7 p.m. on Brentwood
Road between Tillie Street and Redington Street.

Police say 30-year-old Christopher Weiler was first hit by one car
heading south, then hit by another car heading north on Brentwood Road.

Weiler was rushed to the hospital where he died.

Neither driver was hurt.

Anyone who may have witnessed the accident is asked to call police.

Source: https://connecticut.news12.com/police-pedestrian-fatally-struck-by-2-cars-in-bay-shore

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