Charles Dugan Obituary, Death – The names of the two people who were killed in a collision that took place on Thursday along US 24 in New Haven have reportedly been made public by the Allen County Coroner’s Office, according to the Associated Press. The collision took place in New Haven. It was in the middle of the day when the crash took place. The occurrence took place in New Haven, which is located in Connecticut. On Thursday around 2:00 p.m., a collision occurred on US Route 24 east of Interstate 469. Deputy sheriffs from the Allen County Sheriff’s Department responded to the scene of the collision.
According to the Allen County Sheriff’s Department, there were two vehicles engaged in the collision that occurred earlier. It was stated that a sport utility vehicle (SUV) had begun to slow down as it approached road construction prior to being hit from behind by a tractor-trailer. The accident occurred when the SUV was struck by the tractor-trailer. The accident that led to the incident was caused by the SUV becoming involved in a collision. The bodies of two people who had been inside the SUV were discovered inside the vehicle when it was transported to the spot where the incident had taken place.
Charles Dugan, who was 87 years old, and Sharon Dugan, who was 84 years old, have been identified as the victims of the tragedy. Charles was older than Sharon by three years. Paulding, Ohio, was home to both of the Dugans for their whole lives. On Friday, the information in question was made accessible to the public at large by the office of the coroner. The number of people who have lost their lives in Allen County so far this year as a direct result of an accident has increased to 43 and 44, respectively, due to the tragic circumstances that led to their passing.