Javier Alvarado-Espinosa identified as victim of Baton Rouge crash

Javier Alvarado-Espinosa identified as victim of Baton Rouge crash

Javier Alvarado-Espinosa identified as victim of Baton Rouge crash

Javier Alexander Alvarado-Espinosa Death – The victim of a crash that occurred on Interstate 10 in Baton Rouge early on Thursday morning has been identified by the Louisiana State Police. Javier Alexander Alvarado-Espinosa, 39, a resident of Baton Rouge, was recognized as the person who passed away.

Cause of the death

According to the authorities, Alvarado-Espinosa was driving vehicle of a Honda Civic when it suddenly veered to the left, hit with a wall, and rolled over multiple times while traveling east on Interstate 10 near Siegen Lane. He was pronounced dead at the spot. According to the LSP, there were three additional passengers in the automobile who were hurt. The collision occurred at about 6:30 in the morning. An investigation is currently in process.

Related topic: 2 teen girls killed in crash during pursuit through BR, WBR on New Year’s Eve

According to the Addis Police Department, an automobile accident on New Year’s Eve claimed the lives of two young children. A stolen car that the Baton Rouge Police Department was pursuing entered West Baton Rouge Parish on LA-1, according to Addis police. Tyquel Zanders, 24, the suspect, is accused of breaking into a residence on Blackwell Drive and taking the victim’s automobile. Police in Baton Rouge said that after trying to stop Zanders for a traffic violation, a pursuit ensued. According to the police, the suspected vehicle turned back, but when a unit T-boned a car coming from East St. Francis Street, cops were able to catch up to the suspects.

According to the Addis Police Department, a guy in the backseat was taken to the hospital and two girls died in the collision. The two girls were identified as Margaret “Maggie” Dunn, 17, and Caroline Gill, 15, by the West Baton Rouge Parish Coroner. Cheerleaders at Brusly High School included Dunn and Gill. Zanders managed to return to Baton Rouge, but he was eventually apprehended after his automobile stalled near the Dalrymple Exit on I-10 East. He was detained and charged with home invasion, aggravated fleeing from an officer, and theft of a motor vehicle. The inquiry is being handled by the West Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Office.

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