Susan Celauro Obituary, Death – The victims of a three-vehicle collision that took place in Charlton on Wednesday and resulted in the deaths of two people have been identified by the authorities investigating the incident. The collision resulted in the deaths of both the driver and a passenger in one of the vehicles. According to the Massachusetts State Police, who responded to a call of a collision that took place just before 11:30 a.m. on Route 20, the driver of a 2003 Subaru Legacy was observed heading west on the eastbound side of the roadway. The incident took place just before 11:30 a.m.
After then, according to the authorities, the Subaru was involved in a collision with a tractor-trailer and a 2016 Honda Fit approximately a half mile away from Old Worcester Road. Because of this, the Honda was pulled underneath the trailer of the truck and dragged for a set distance after being dragged for a while. The driver of the Subaru, identified by state police as Susan Celauro, 63, from East Norwich, New York, was taken to UMass Memorial Medical Center, where she was subsequently pronounced dead, according to the authorities.
Celauro was the person who was driving the Subaru when it was involved in the accident. Alexander Owanisian, 35 years old, was driving the Honda when it was involved in the accident. He is from Southbridge, Massachusetts. At the scene of the accident, medical personnel determined that he had passed away.
The man who was driving the tractor-trailer walked away from the crash unscathed. He was 29 years old and was from Mystic, Connecticut. Officials have claimed that they are still investigating the events that led up to the crash, including what motivated Celauro to travel west on the side of Route 20 that was meant for traffic headed in the other direction (westbound traffic).