SOUTHBURY, CT (WFSB) – One person is dead after a collision Friday night in Southbury.
State Police say it took place just earlier than 7:30 at the corner of Kettletown and Southford Roads.
A commercial vehicle become touring east on Kettletown highway when it collided with a bike that turned into coming down Southford road.
The operator of the motorcycle, recognized as fifty two-year-historical Mark Kibby of Granby, turned into ejected and taken to St. Mary’s health center, where he turned into later mentioned deceased.
No different accidents have been said.
This accident is still under investigation through CT State Police.
Over the weekend, CREC officers spoke of that Kibby became the assistant main of the CREC Academy of Aerospace and Engineering elementary faculty in Rocky Hil.
Kibby now not only become an assistant principal on the CREC college in Rocky Hill, he prior to now worked at the CREC Reggio school of the arts and the CREC Aerospace core college.
Counseling features might be made available to students and families by way of Zoom on Monday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
any person that needs extra help is requested to contact Carole Kerkin, the director of student functions, at 860-729-9088.
“Mark was a responsive chief whose sense of humor and compassion helped to bring people together. His passing is a loss for the school as neatly because the better group…anyone who knew Mark, knew how proud he was of his sons and his wonderful spouse. Please maintain them to your concepts and prayers all the way through this difficult time,” Superintendent of CREC colleges Tim Sullivan observed in an announcement.
Mark is survived by way of his wife Kat, a instructor in the Granby Public school gadget, his 22-12 months-historical son, Owen, and his 19-12 months-historical son, Ben.
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