A multi-vehicle crash in Southeast last week turned fatal. New York State police say one of the people involved in the crash died days later at the hospital. Troopers responded to Route 22 last Monday and determined that 57-year old Ricardo Bregante of Carmel was headed north, passing to the right of vehicles on the shoulder. He hit a car driven by 47-year old Christopher Hammill of Stamford, who was turning right from the northbound lane into the Gulf Station. The collision caused Hammill's car to hit a vehicle in the gas station parking lot. He was airlifted to Westchester Medical Center, where he succumbed to his injuries on Thursday. Bregante and the other driver were treated at Danbury Hospital for non-life-threatening injuries. The investigation remains ongoing.