UPDATE, 2:25 p.m.
Broad Brook Road (Route 191) is now re-opened to traffic, police said.
Enfield police have identified the two persons killed in an early morning crash Tuesday on Broad Brook Road.
Michael Kennedy, 57, and Colleen Caruso, 34, both of East Windsor, were passengers in the rear seat of a 2004 Nissan Sentra which collided with a pickup truck shortly after 1 a.m., Lt. Steve Kaselouskas said.
The crash, which took place just south of Fletcher Road, caused the car to leave the raod, where it hit a tree and overturned. Both Kennedy and Caruso were ejected from the vehicle, and were pronounced dead at the scene, Kaselouskas said.
A front seat passenger, Joanna Olden, 31, was extricated from the wreckage and flown by Life Star helicopter to Baystate Medical Center in Springfield. She was listed in stable condition at noon Tuesday, Kaselouskas said.
The driver of the car, Glenn McIntyre, 32, of East Windsor, was transported to Baystate as well; his condition was not available, but Kaselouskas said police were interviewing him at the hospital.
Following the collision, the pickup truck reportedly turned around in a driveway and headed northbound. It is believed to be light blue with a dark blue stripe down the side, possibly blue and black., and should contain heavy front and right side damage, Kaselouskas said.
Police said speed is believed to be a factor in the crash; an accident reconstruction team was still on the scene early Tuesday afternoon. The portion of Broad Brook Road between Town Farm Road and the southern end of Abbe Road was still closed as of 12:15 p.m., Kaselouskas said.
Anyone with information about the crash is asked to call Officer Bill Vieweg at 860-763-8911.