STAMFORD, Conn. -- Stamford police are looking for a woman who they say was the driver of the car that slammed into another car last week that resulted in the deaths of two people.
A $500 reward has been offered for information on or the location of Felicia Burl, 32. Police said she was the driver who fled the scene of a double fatal motor vehicle crash on West Main Street in Stamford near the Greenwich line at about 8:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 7.
In the accident, a 2002 Nissan Altima traveling south on Alvord Lane ran a red light at West Main Street and struck a westbound BMW, police said.
A passenger in the Altima, 50-year-old Henry Nixon of Ursula Place in Stamford, was thrown from the car and killed, police said.
A passenger in the BMW, 70-year-old Judith Andriulli, of Cos Cob, died early Saturday in Stamford Hospital.
The driver of the BMW, Anthony Andriulli, 73, was injured in the accident.
The driver of the Nissan ran from the scene toward Greenwich after the crash, police said.
Burl is known to have relatives and frequents Bridgeport as well as Stamford. She is 5 foot, 5 inches tall, about 125 to 140 pounds and has brown hair and brown eyes.
Anyone with information on Felicia Burl’s whereabouts is asked to contacted Stamford Police Department at 203-977-4712.
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