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Quentin Williams Dead: According to news reports indicate that legislators said Quentin Williams, D-Middletown, was one of the two drivers killed in a fiery two-car crash at 12:48 a.m. Thursday on Route 9 in Cromwell.

Quentin Williams, a Connecticut state representative, was killed Thursday on Route 9 in Cromwell, in an accident on a wrong-way highway. According to reports, the representative was killed in an accident on a wrong-way highway overnight.

He was attending the governor’s inaugural ball, as well as his swearing-in ceremony. On Thursday, the House Democratic leaders shared the news. Williams, also known as Q, was killed in the crash. His loved ones and well wishers were left in deep grief. The full article is below.

How Did Quentin Williams Dead?

Quentin Williams was a 39-year old Democrat from Middletown who was killed in a collision on the Connecticut Highway System. The fiery wreck claimed the lives of Quentin Williams, one of two motorists. The driver who was riding in the vehicle was also killed at the scene.

Quentin Williams Dead

Williams, a Democrat, was a member of his community’s statehouse committee for the past three-years. He was a member of the Commerce and Finance committees and introduced the bill mandating fair rent commissions for communities with more than 25,000 residents. Mayor Ben Florsheim said that Williams was a “larger-than-life representative” who inspired his colleagues.

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He attended Middletown schools and graduated from Bryant University with a bachelor’s and Villanova University with master’s degrees. He was the city treasurer, and he was also a member the planning and Zoning Commission. He also created Middletown Restaurant Week.

He was the first African American to represent Middletown at the General Assembly and the co-chair for the Labor and Public Employees Committee. He was proud to own an iPhone X and hoped to one day run for a higher office.

Williams’ passing shocked his coworkers. Alan Cavagnaro was one of Williams’ interns and described him as “larger that life”. Sarah, his wife, was informed about the accident at 5:15 in the morning. The death was confirmed by House Democratic leaders at 10:15 AM. In a series of tweets, several legislators offered condolences to the family.

State police stated that both drivers died in the terrible crash. Officials stated that one vehicle was completely consumed in flames. They have not yet released the names. Quentin Williams, a lawmaker from Texas, has died in the accident. This is the only information available.

Williams’ family made the announcement about the death of the lawmaker, while Speaker of the House Matt Ritter and Majority Leader Jason Rojas released a statement in which they stated that their family had confirmed the news. Ritter expressed shock at the sudden loss of Q, saying that Q was a dear friend.

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Ritter added that they will have more time to reflect upon Q as a legislator over the coming weeks, but Ritter expressed his deepest condolences to Carissa, Queen and Q’s families and said that they will all miss him.

We are sorry to inform you that Thursday’s legislative activities were cancelled and the Legislative Office Building closed as a result. Gov. Ned Lamont ordered flags to be reduced to half-staff Williams is the new cochair of the General Assembly’s Labor and Public Employees Committee.

According to a biography, he was the first African American to be elected to Middletown’s General Assembly. This biography was posted on his legislative website. Sources confirm that Willimas was Middletown’s treasurer before being elected to the legislature.

He attended Middletown Schools, and received a bachelor’s in public administration degree from Villanova University. Ben Florsheim, Middletown Mayor, said in a statement that Williams truly lived the expression “larger than life”.

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