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Jeffny Pally, 19, killed and six people charged in pedestrian collision with UConn Fire Department vehicle on Storrs campus of UConn

Modified Date: 
Mon, 03/06/2017 - 10:14am
Accident Date: 
Sunday, October 16, 2016

UConn Student Struck By UConn Fire Dept. Vehicle, Killed

According to state police, a student was struck by a UConn Fire Department vehicle on the Storrs campus at 2:48 a.m.

State Police: UConn Had Near-Miss Just Days Before Pedestrian was Killed by a Fire Vehicle

A UConn student from West Hartford was killed early Sunday morning while sitting against a garage door as the bay was opening for an incident call, according to state police.

At UConn Vigil, Student's Mother Speaks Of Pain, Great Love

Chemmarapally spoke of pain, but also of love, the "outpouring" of which, she said, she has felt since that tragic moment. It was no more evident than at that packed vigil, held on Fairfield Way at the Storrs campus.

6 Arrests in UConn Fatal Fire Vehicle Accident

Patrick Callahan, Matthew Moll, Austin Custodio, Dominic Godi, Dylan Morose, Jonathan Polansky were arrested and charged with various counts including permitting a minor to illegally possess alcohol and sale or delivery to minors.

6 charged in death of UConn student run over after party

The charged students are Patrick Callahan, Matthew Moll, Dylan Morose, Austin Custodio, Dominic Godi and Jonathan Polansky. They range in age from 21 to 22 and are from Connecticut, New York and Massachusetts. Some were charged with permitting a minor to illegally possess alcohol.

Parents: Bar release of video of UConn student's death

The parents of a University of Connecticut student who died after being run over by a campus fire department vehicle are asking a judge to prohibit public release of a school surveillance video of the accident.

People Involved: 
Jeffny Pally
Dana Barrow
Patrick Callahan
Matthew Moll
Dylan Morose
Austin Custodio
Dominic Godi
Jonathan Polansky
Storrs, CT

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