Police: U-Haul Truck Driver In Fatal Tailgating Tragedy Passed Sobriety Test

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (CBSNewYork) — Police have ruled out alcohol as a factor in Saturday’s tailgating tragedy at Yale.

Police announced Sunday that driver Brandon Ross, who was behind the wheel of a U-Haul truck that plowed into a crowd at the Harvard-Yale football game, passed a sobriety test.

Of the three women injured in the collision, 30-year-old Nancy Barry of Salem, Massachusetts died in the collision, and one other remains hospitalized.

Investigators are examining the truck for defects.

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  1. kendra says:

    they need to stay on something ;like that cause that just goes to show we are not taking drunk driving seriously enough and that is not good at all.

    1. Sue says:

      The driver PASSED the sobriety test… ie. was NOT drunk/driving under the influence!

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