Harvard Yale Tailgate Crash: Fatal Accident Mars Pregame Tailgate
A UHaul struck three Yale-Harvard tailgaiters on Saturday. The accident has resulted in the death of one, and hospitalized two.
The Yale Daily News reported that the UHaul was driven by a Yale student, and that students at the scene have reported seeing emergency responders giving one of the victims CPR for 10 minutes.
CBS Connecticut is reporting that the deceased victim was a 30-year-old Massachusetts woman, and that the second victim was also a 30-year-old woman who is currently in serious but stable condition.
WFSB.com reports that the third victim is also female. She is being treated at Saint Raphael's Hospital with minor injures.
According to the Hartford Courant, police spokesman, officer David Hartman, that the accident took place in Lot D.
The UHaul turned into the lot off Central Avenue and accelerated for reasons unkonwn. The UHaul then ran over three women, continued forward, and crashed into two other UHaul vans parked in the lot.
Police told WFSB.com, that they have the driver of the UHaul in custody and are questioning him.
The tragedy certainly leaves a stain on one of the great rivalries in sports. This contest is simply known as "The Game."
Yale and Harvard have played each other more than any other team in college football history, and "The Game" is the second oldest rivalry in the sport.
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