Fatal Car Accident In New Orleans Yesterday
A Fatal Car Accident Occurred in New Orleans Yesterday
A fatal car accident occurred in New Orleans yesterday, leaving two people dead and one injured. The cause of the accident is unclear. The decedents’ identities will be released once the Orleans Parish Coroner has completed an autopsy. The families of the deceased will be notified. After the autopsy, the family will be given access to the victims’ funeral arrangements.
Two people dead
A fatal car accident in New Orleans on Tuesday left two people dead. The accident happened near the intersection of Edgelake Court and Haynes Boulevard. A male driving an SUV was heading eastbound when he collided with a car carrying two people. The SUV driver was taken to the hospital in stable condition, but the male occupants died. Police are still investigating the accident.
The accident occurred in the 7th Ward of New Orleans. The car, a Nissan Sentra, hit a curb and veered into the median, hitting a tree and a traffic signal. It came to a rest on its left side and caught fire. The NOPD did not release further information about the victims. The victims included a 68-year-old woman and a 74-year-old man.
One person injured
New Orleans police are investigating a fatal car crash that happened in New Orleans’ East on Tuesday. The crash occurred at the intersection of Edgelake Court and Hayne Boulevard. A male driving an SUV was involved in the crash and he collided with a vehicle with two occupants traveling east on Hayne Boulevard. The SUV driver was taken to a hospital in stable condition, while the passenger in the other vehicle was killed.
NOPD detectives have said one person was killed and several others were injured in a car crash in New Orleans yesterday. The accident occurred on a road near the Norman C. Francis Parkway overpass. A black BMW sedan struck the road, crashed into a nearby floodwall, and came to rest on grass. Neither driver was wearing a seat belt, but both suffered fatal injuries.
The wrong-way driver was not killed in the crash but is on the run from police. The other occupants of the car escaped the crash on foot. No arrests have been made yet. Residents reported gunshots before the crash and the NOPD is trying to find him.
The wrong-way driver was traveling in the wrong direction on the interstate near LaPlace, Louisiana. He then entered the eastbound lanes of Highway 90 and collided with a Toyota Highlander, which was being driven by Joseph Sias. The car flipped over and hit four pedestrians and three parked cars.
Damage to vehicle
Damage to a vehicle after a fatal car accident in New Orleans yesterday was extensive. According to a news report, the driver of a pickup truck and his passenger were killed in the crash. Both of them were Louisiana residents. Many others were injured, with several being in critical condition. The crash also injured at least one firefighter. Police are still investigating the accident and are releasing the accident report soon.
Those involved in a car accident should secure the scene, exchange contact information and record details about the crash. It’s also a good idea to remain at the scene until police release you. You should also contact your insurance agent and report the accident. Failure to report the incident could leave you out of luck if the other party files a claim against you.
Location of accident
The New Orleans Police Department is investigating a fatal car accident in the Lower Garden District. The accident involved a black BMW sedan that crashed into a floodwall and landed on grass near the intersection of Tchoupitoulas and Felicity streets. A police report is expected to be released soon, but the cause of the crash is still under investigation.
The driver of the SUV was injured, and a passenger in a car was killed in the crash. The driver of the other vehicle, a 68-year-old man, died at the scene. The passenger in the car was taken to a hospital, where he later succumbed to his injuries.