Massachusetts

Police Identify Man, Woman From Conn. Killed in Crash on I-290 in Worcester

A pickup truck and a car crashed Saturday morning, causing the truck to flip over and killing its two residents, Massachusetts State Police say

NBC Universal, Inc.

Two people died when their pickup truck rolled over in a two-vehicle crash on Interstate 290 in Worcester, Massachusetts, Saturday morning, police said.

The truck's occupants, a man and woman from New Britain, Connecticut, were found by troopers at the scene with serious injuries, and paramedics who arrived declared them dead, according to the Massachusetts State Police.

STAY IN THE KNOW

icon

Watch NBC10 Boston news for free, 24/7, wherever you are.

icon

Get Boston local news, weather forecasts, lifestyle and entertainment stories to your inbox. Sign up for NBC Boston’s newsletters.

The victims who were killed were later identified by Massachusetts State Police as Luc Morin, 65, and Christine Banavige, 52.

A car, a 2009 Toyota Matrix, was also involved in the crash with the truck, a 2001 Nissan Frontier, about 7 a.m. near Exit 24, police said. The car's driver was taken to a hospital with minor injuries.

State Police said the Matrix was traveling in the right lane when it swerved into the middle lane and hit the Frontier in the back right corner. That caused the truck to spinout, rollover and come to a stop on to of a guardrail, according to troopers.

The crash remained under investigation Monday to determine if there will be criminal charges, according to troopers.

Contact Us