Giovani Benis Obituary – Giovani Vega Benis and Yuliana Arias Lozano, both 25 years old and residents of Stamford, were killed on December 3 when they were struck by a car in the downtown area of Stamford. Both victims were residents of Stamford. Both of the victims were locals to the Stamford area. Their loved ones, friends, and coworkers will remember them for the kindness they showed toward others, the happiness they offered to others with their smiles, and the effort they put into their jobs. After Vega and Arias concluded their shifts at the Cantina Mexicana that was located on Summer Street on December 3, Ruth Sanchez, who is Vega’s cousin, stated that the two of them walked to Curley’s Diner together to get something to eat in the middle of the night. The information that Arias was with Vega when they went to the diner was also provided by Vega’s cousin.
A short while later, at approximately 2:05 a.m., the two were walking each other home and crossing Washington Boulevard at Main Street when, according to the police, they were struck by a 2022 Mercedes Benz that was being driven by Michael Talbot, who is 24 years old and lives in Greenwich. The accident occurred at the intersection of Washington Boulevard and Main Street. Sanchez makes the assertion that his source for the following information is “From what I hear, the guys from Cantina Mexicana always took turns escorting Yuliana home halfway,” and he provides this information as evidence for his allegation. “They weren’t drinking at a nightclub, and they weren’t drinking in a pub either; they were just drinking at home. They were drinking completely at a different location. They had just finished enjoying a late supper at Curley’s, which is something that almost everyone in Stamford does, and they were on their way home from work when they were murdered.
Both of the victims were in their forties. Both of the victims were in their middle thirties at the time of their deaths. That doesn’t make sense.” The police have stated that they have a strong suspicion that both Vega and Arias were using the crosswalk at the time of the collision, and they have added that this presumption is confirmed by the evidence. Vega and Arias were both reportedly injured in the collision. At the scene of the accident in which they had been involved, it was found that they had passed away from their injuries.