State trooper killed in 2010 accident memorialized in his hometown

State police presented Hall's widow with plaques of appreciation

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WINDSOR, CT. (WWLP) – The Connecticut state trooper who suffered deadly injuries during an Enfield traffic accident in 2010 was memorialized Sunday at Grace Baptist church in his hometown of Windsor.

22News remembers the tragedy that cost trooper first class Kenneth Hall his life on I-91 in September of 2010.

The former marine was in his parked cruiser in the I-91 breakdown lane after stopping a car in Enfield, when a fast moving truck hit the cruiser. The 32 year old Enfield driver was eventually sentenced to 11 years in prison for drunk driving. On Sunday, Connecticut state police presented Hall’s widow with plaques of appreciation.

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