NEW HAVEN, Conn. (CBSNewYork/AP) – A Connecticut woman who stopped to help people involved in a car accident has died after falling off a highway bridge.
State police say 34-year-old Lauren Mohr of Wallingford was acting as a good Samaritan at the accident scene on Interstate 91 in New Haven at about 12:30 a.m. Thursday when she fell over a concrete wall and plummeted 40 feet.READ MORE: Anti-Violence Advocates Rally In Harlem Following Death Of 10-Year-Old Boy On Saturday
She was pronounced dead at a hospital.
It was not immediately clear what Mohr was doing when she fell.READ MORE: NYPD: 28-Year-Old Woman Shot To Death Outside Catering Hall In Cypress Hills, Brooklyn
A Quinnipiac University spokesman says Mohr worked as a temporary admissions aide at that school.
None of the five people in the two cars involved in the accident was injured. One of the drivers was issued a misdemeanor summons for tailgating and other violations.MORE NEWS: CBS2 Weather Headlines: Clear, Cold Overnight; Slightly Warmer Monday; Bigger Boost Tuesday
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