Madison Woman, Passenger In Car, Killed In Late-Night Crash In Guilford

Michelle Noble, a 23-year-old Madison woman, was killed in a one-car accident on Flat Meadow Road/ Saw Mill Road in Guilford, police say.


Michelle Noble, 23, of Madison, has been identified as the woman killed in the one-car crash in Guilford at 11:41 PM Thursday night.

Guilford Police responded to the call to find Noble, a passenger in the car, suffering from trauma when they arrived. The Guilford Fire Department transported her to Yale-New Haven Hospital where she was pronounced dead.

She was transported there with the two other car occupants, who are now being treated for injuries, Guilford police say. 

Noble, of Fawn Brook Circle, Madison, was one of the passengers in the car, which was travelling north on Saw Mill Road. According to the preliminary investigation, when the driver reached the intersection, the driver lost control of the car and it went into the woods. 

Anyone with information regarding this accident is asked to contact Guilford Police, at 203-453-8061.

Here is the report from the Guilford Police Department:

The Guilford Police is investigating a Fatal Motor Vehicle Accident in which Michelle Noble  Age 23  Fawn Brook Circle, Madison, CT was killed. The accident occurred at approximately 2341 hrs.  On Thursday (01-24-13) evening at Flat Meadow Road and Saw Mill Road.

Ms. Noble was a passenger in the vehicle.  She was found by Fire and Police personnel to be suffering from trauma.  Ms. Noble was transported to Yale New Haven Hospital by Guilford Fire Department personnel where she was  pronounced dead.

Preliminary investigation indicates that  the vehicle was travelling north on Saw Mill Road.  Upon reaching Flat Meadow Road the operator lost control of the vehicle and entered the woods.  The driver and (2) other occupants were transported to Yale New Haven Hospital where they are currently being treated for injuries.

This case is under active investigation. Anyone with information regarding this accident is asked to contact the Guilford Police.


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