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2 hurt in I-95 crash; takes down 150-yards of guardrail

September 4, 2018

Two people were injured in an early Sunday morning accident on I-95 in Greenwich.

The two-vehicle crash happened at 3:15 a.m. near the weigh station at Exit 2.

According to the accident summary report, Alan Moy, 49, of Dry Hill Road in Norwalk, was driving northbound in the right of three travel lames.

Moy was traveling behind a 2014 Nissan Rogue operated by Maria Sandoval-Ruano, 28, of Ocean Drive in Stamford.

The report said Sandoval-Ruano’s vehicle “swerved into the right shoulder, striking the wire rope guard rail.”

Her vehicle then “rebounded to the left and returned to the roadway” hitting Moy’s 2009 Dodge Journey.

The impact sent both vehicles into the right shoulder, knocking down 150 yards of wire rope guard, the report said.

Moy had “moderate injuries” to his leg, back and neck.

Sandoval-Ruano had “moderate injuries” to her neck, back and lacerations to her face and legs.

The two were taken to Greenwich Hospital.

The accident remains under investigation.

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