Eric Dunlap CT died in New Milford, CT, motorcycle accident

Loved ones and family are mourning the death of Eric Dunlap. Learn more about Eric Dunlap Obituary and funeral plans..

Eric Dunlap Death – Eric Dunlap from Connecticut has passed away unexpectedly, according to his loved ones. he was said to have died as a result of the fatal injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident that happened over the weekend. The result of the police preliminary investigation has not been released to the public at the time of this publication.

The loved ones and family of Eric Dunlap are mourning the sudden news of his passing. Isa Bel of Warren, Connecticut, wrote in a social media tribute “Hug your friends and tell them you love them every chance you get. Rest easy Eric Dunlap you are loved and missed by so so many people. My heart goes out to everyone of your friends and family I am so sorry..”

Eric Dunlap Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family…

RELATED ARTICLE: Motorcyclist died, passenger injured in New Milford crash

In an incident that occurred early on Sunday morning on Route 7, a local guy, age 22, was pronounced dead, and his passenger was badly injured. At approximately 11:20 in the morning, a collision occurred in the neighborhood of 254 Danbury Road. According to the police, a motorbike that was heading south on Danbury Road collided with a pick-up truck that was turning west into a parking lot.

According to the authorities, the motorcyclist, Brandon Forlastro, was pronounced deceased at the scene of the accident, and his female passenger was taken to Danbury Hospital in critical condition. The two people who were riding in the pick-up truck were alleged by the police to have reported no injuries at the site.

The section of Route 7 in the vicinity of the accident was closed for a number of hours, and it did not reopen until just before six o’clock in the evening. According to the police, it appears at this time that speed may have been a factor in the incident; nevertheless, the investigation into the crash is still ongoing, and authorities are still looking for witnesses to it.

Officer Petersen of the New Milford Police Department requests that anyone who may have information get in touch with him at 860-355-3133 or [email protected].

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