Posted March 2, 2010 By wsfb.com STAMFORD, Conn. — A man was killed in a Tuesday morning collision with a tractor-trailer on Interstate 95 in Stamford. Â Police said a Toyota Sienna driven by Xiaoyuan Huang, 28, was either stopped or traveling slowly in the right, northbound lane of Interstate 95 before 5 a.m. Police said Clarence Edwards came up behind Huang’s vehicle in a tractor-trailer. They said Edwards attempted to swerve around the Toyota, but struck the rear of the car. Â The Toyota went into the roadway’s right shoulder, striking a metal guardrail. The tractor-trailer traveled into the median and struck the barrier, police said. Â Huang was extricated from his vehicle and taken to Stamford Hospital, where he later died. Edwards was uninjured in the crash. Â The crash, which closed northbound lanes of the roadway for hours, remains under investigation. Â Tom Bowen said he commutes to Stamford from Long Island, usually on Interstate 95, but said he took back roads on Tuesday. Â “I used to work in the local area and I know the local roads,” he said.
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