A 25-year-old SUV male driver went off the road on Mary Dell Ln, just west of Charlie Vettiner Park. The SUV next hit a boy that died at the scene.
The 2013 Infiniti FX50 SUV crashed into a tree and struck a 16-year-old boy, leading to his death. There were also two female passengers in the SUV along with the driver. One was a 25-year-old woman and the other, a 22-year-old woman who is also the sister of the driver.
The cause of the crash is not yet know. The authorities are investigating the crash. It was reported from one of the officers that it was not clear if the driver was wearing a seat belt. It is not also known if the driver was distracted by the passengers in the car. An eyewitness said that the SUV just suddenly swerved off the trail and headed towards the tree, killing the boy.
It was also reported that the Infiniti driver was unconscious following the crash with severe injuries. The other passenger were conscious, but they were in pain. They were reported to have sustained injuries in the head and back. They have all been transported to a nearby hospital for treatment.
Meanwhile, there was delay of traffic on this route due to the severity of the crash. It is best to use alternative routes.
Dr. Brian Elias, from The Accident and Injury Team, comments on this accident. “It is very sad to see a child die in a car accident. We are thoughts go out to the family that will have to endure such pain. It’s also unfortunate that others were injured. We hope for all involved that the investigators can quickly find out all of the facts. If you are unsure of what to do when you’ve been involved in an accident, please give our team a call. We can treat your injuries and also, if you wish, refer you to a very competent attorney in case you have a legal claim. Since we are NOT an attorney referral service, we have no interest in your legal claim beyond trying to help you obtain the best attorney to help you.”
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