Car Crash

Friday night turned fatal for three teens. Their deaths occurred because of a multi-car accident on the Meadowbrook State Parkway. At least 7 others suffered injuries from the incident.

The Details of the Accident:

According to police, the car involved in this fatal crash was a stolen 2005 Chevy Trailblazer. Cindy Sanchez, a 15 year old teen, was driving the stolen SUV in the southbound lanes of the parkway, south of Exit M9 on the Merrick Road. The accident happened at about 11:42 a.m. when she lost control of the SUV.

She overcompensated when the SUV turned, said the police. As a result, the vehicle flipped multiple times before landing in the marshland on the side of the parkway.

The preliminary investigation revealed that the 2005 Chevrolet Trailblazer involved in this accident was reported stolen on Thursday in Roosevelt. Excessive speed was the primary reason for this fatal car crash.

Names of Casualties:

The three teens who died in this accident are 16 year-old Herbert Leo Aviles Maravilla, 16 year-old Marlon Carbajal and 13 year-old David Sanchez.

Who Got Injured?

At least 7 people suffered injuries from this incident. Their names are listed below:

  • Cindy Sanchez, 15.
  • Diego Aviles Maravilla, 15.
  • Mayela Flores, 15.
  • Kevin Robels, 16.
  • Lisbeth Menjivar, 16.
  • Walter Ochova, 16.
  • Gael Sanchez, 18 months.

All the people in the SUV hail from Uniondale.

The police have yet to determine charges in this case.

The Uniondale school district’s website has also posted a statement in regard to this. The statement follows:

For more information visit https://vaughnweberlaw.com/motor-vehicle-accident-lawyers/

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