Eugenia Yurovsky Death, Obituary – Eugenia Yurovsky has reportedly died unexpectedly with loved ones, family and the entire community left heartbroken and in grievance, according to online sharing. An older woman from West Hartford was determined to be the victim of a tragic pedestrian accident that occurred on Tuesday evening, according to the identification made by local police on Wednesday afternoon. Eugenia Yurovsky, 89, of West Hartford, passed away after being struck by a car in a hit-and-run incident close to the intersection of Boulevard and Whiting Lane, as stated by the West Hartford Police Department (WHPD).
The initial cry for help came in about five o’clock on Tuesday afternoon, and despite the best efforts of the first responders who arrived on the site, Yurovsky did not make it. Wednesday afternoon, law enforcement officials made a request to the general public for any information that would be relevant to the investigation. According to a statement released by the White House Metropolitan Police Department (WHPD), “to assist our detectives, we are asking for community residents and tourists to report any and all information available that may be relevant to this event.”
The people of the region are being asked by the police department if they have any high-tech assistance that they may provide. “Any residents along Boulevard in between South Quaker Lane and Prospect Avenue are encouraged to review and provide any doorbell or video surveillance footage that may depict a light-colored sedan with front end damage, or any vehicle that may have been involved in this collision,” the police wrote in a letter.
“Any residents along Boulevard in between South Quaker Lane and Prospect Avenue are encouraged to review and provide any doorbell or video surveillance footage that may depict a light-colored sedan The West Haven Authorities Department is also requesting that any motorists who have in-car camera systems and were in the vicinity of Boulevard and Whiting Lane and provided any information that matches the prior descriptions watch the tape from their cameras and give it to the police. According to the authorities, there may also be others who can assist who are riding a commuter bus in the area.
“We are also seeking to identify and speak with passengers that may have been riding on CT Transit bus #69 (Capitol Avenue Route) yesterday around the time the collision occurred,” the police wrote. “We are also seeking to speak with passengers that may have been riding on CT Transit bus #69 (Capitol Avenue Route) yesterday.” On Wednesday morning, the issue is said to have drawn the attention of local activists, who staged a demonstration at the incident scene in order to urge the municipality to implement further steps in order to increase pedestrian safety.