Accident file gives new details about deadly O road crash - KOLN

LINCOLN, Neb. (KOLN) – The accident record from a fatal crash on O highway Sunday night is proposing further particulars in regards to the incident that killed two individuals and left 20 bystanders injured.

LPD says Emily Siebenhor, 20, and Edith Hermosillo, 22, had been killed in the collision that took area at 52nd and O street around 10:46 p.m. on Sunday.

based on police, a black Ford Taurus turned into traveling westbound on O highway when it struck a white Toyota Corolla that was turning.

Police say Siebenhor became using the Corolla and Hermosillo changed into a passenger in the automobile.

the driver and sole occupant of the Ford, an 18-yr-historical Omaha man, changed into taken to the health facility with non-existence-threatening injuries.

LPD says after the preliminary influence, each motors went onto the north sidewalk of O road, west of N. 52nd street, hitting diverse americans who were gathered for a cruise adventure. The Ford at first rolled over onto its good, pinning two victims. Bystanders labored to flow the motor vehicle off the victims.

probably the most bystanders is presently in vital circumstance while others sustained non-life-threatening accidents.

in line with a Lincoln Police accident record, the Ford Taurus turned into traveling westbound on O highway between 56th and 52nd road when the mild grew to become yellow at the intersection of 52nd and O road.

The file states the automobile persisted during the light and struck the Corolla which turned into trying to turn northbound off O street.

A witness mentioned in the accident file pointed out they saw the Ford going roughly one hundred MPH down O highway before the crash took location.

in keeping with the document, investigators consider the driver become working in a reckless or aggressive manner and changed into exceeding the pace limit.

in addition, the document states investigators also believe medicine played a role within the crash, and the driving force validated tremendous for marijuana. Alcohol isn't suspected to have played a role, according to the accident file.

No citations had been issued as of Tuesday afternoon.

Emily Siebenhor (left) and Edith Hermosillo were killed in the collision at 52nd and O Streets Sunday night.(Courtesy picture)

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