Jasmine Price killed after SUV crashed into Birmingham apartment building
Jasmine Price Death – Investigators with the Birmingham Police Department are currently looking into the circumstances surrounding the death of a lady who was discovered with gunshot wounds after crashing into an apartment building. On January 13, at around 11 a.m., officers from the Birmingham Police Department were dispatched to the 800 block of 1st Street West after receiving reports of shots being fired in the area.
When the police came, they discovered an SUV that had collided with an apartment building, caused the building to catch fire, and a woman was still inside the vehicle. Medics arrived and declared the woman deceased at the scene, said Officer Fitzgerald. The victim was identified as Jasmine Price, 33, of Birmingham, according to a press release issued by the BPD. Officers on the scene observed what looked to be wounds consistent with those caused by gunfire on the victim.
Officer Fitzgerald said they received information of about 40 rounds being fired in the area at the time. Nobody within the apartment building sustained any kind of injury. At this time, nobody is being held in custody. Please contact the Boston Police Department’s Homicide Unit at (205) 254-1764 if you have any information regarding this inquiry.
Related topic: 1 killed after SUV crashed into Birmingham home
The driver of an SUV was reportedly killed early on Friday morning in Birmingham when their vehicle was involved in a collision with a residential structure. Someone called the Birmingham Police Department just a few minutes before 5:30 o’clock in the morning to report that a vehicle had been involved in a collision with a residence located on the 500 block of Avenue W. The officers who arrived on the scene found that the driver of the car had become unresponsive before their arrival.
After further investigation, it was determined that the driver had passed away at the scene. It was reported that no other people were hurt in the incident. In Alabama, individuals in Phase 1c and older adults who are 55 years or older can now receive the COVID-19 vaccine. There was no one present at the residence at the time that the event took place. The Birmingham Police Department has dispatched investigators to the location, and they are currently on their way there.
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