Windsor Hills crash sufferer, son, and fiancé had been headed to pregnancy checkup - KTLA l. a.

Asherey Ryan, her eleven-month-historic son Alonzo, and her fiancé, Reynold Lester had been on their approach to a pregnancy checkup when, in what appeared like a fraction of a second, they have been long gone.

"My worst fears came true," Asherey's sister, Cotie Davis, said at a gathering of grieving members of the family Friday. "I used to hope for my sisters all of the time. I had always viewed (crashes) on television. You in no way are expecting it to happen to you."

Asherey was six months pregnant. Her unborn child, whom she deliberate to identify Armani, also died.

"It's difficult to believe I'm certainly not going to look them once again. i can't even think about staring over her casket. This has truly taken an enormous chunk of me." Davis told reporters, struggling to contain her feelings.

Authorities agree with Nicole Linton, 37, a traveling nurse from Texas, became going as a minimum 80 miles an hour when she plowed her Mercedes into crossing site visitors at the intersection of la Brea and Slauson avenues in Windsor Hills Thursday afternoon.

a couple of vehicles then careened right into a gasoline station in a ball of fire.

Six people had been killed and eight others were injured.

On Friday, California dual carriageway Patrol arrested Linton on suspicion of vehicular manslaughter even though she remained hospitalized with undisclosed accidents.

CHP instructed KTLA that Linton is cooperating with investigators.

Formal charges are expected subsequent week – perhaps as early as Monday.

"Why is she nevertheless alive?" asked one friend at Friday's gathering. "Of all these lives that have been misplaced, why is she still alive?"

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