Person of interest identified in Stamford double fatal hit and run
STAMFORD–The police have released the name of a person of interest in the double fatal accident that occurred on Nov. 7. The accident took place on West Main Street at Alvord Lane just after 10:30 p.m. when a Nissan Altima–possibly driven by Felicia Burl, 32–ran a red light and hit the passenger side of a BMW station wagon.
A passenger in the Altima, Henry Nixon, 50, was ejected from the car and died. The driver of the BMW suffered non-life threatening fractures, but the passenger, Judith Andriulli, 70, died the following morning from her injuries.
Burl is described as about five-foot-five or five-foot-six, 125 to 140 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. Burl is known to spend time in both Bridgeport and Stamford.
While there is not currently a warrant out for Burl’s arrest, police are searching for her to question her regarding the crash and are offering a $500 reward.
If you recognize her or have any information please call the Stamford Police Department at 203-977-4712.