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Kylie Rae Harris and 16-year old Maria Elena Cruz were killed in a three-vehicle crash in Taos, New Mexico on Sept. The Taos County Sheriff’s Office confirmed in a press release on Thursday that Harris , 30, was drunk behind the wheel and driving at incredibly high speeds before her vehicle
Kylie died in a car crash on a New Mexico highway back in September, and the The autopsy report reveals Kylie suffered several fractures, including broken skull bones, and cuts to her face and legs. Harris was reportedly convicted of driving while intoxicated back in 2017 and had been ordered to
New Mexico Police have completed the investigation into the fatal car crash that killedand 16-year old Maria Elena Cruz in September.
The Taos County Sheriff’s Officeon Thursday that Harris, 30, was drunk behind the wheel and driving at incredibly high speeds before her vehicle collided with two others on Sept. 4.
“Data [from the cars’ on-board computers] showed Ms. Harris’ speed at 102 miles per hour at the time of the first collision event before crossing into the oncoming lane and striking Ms. Cruz’ vehicle at 95 miles per hour,” a spokesperson for the TCSO said.
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Rae Harris was drunk and speeding when she caused the three-vehicle crash that killed her and a 16-year-old girl in September, police said Thursday. She was cruising at 95 miles per hour when she hit an SUV head-on in the northbound lane, killing teen driver Maria Elena Cruz, Hogrefe said
Police say speed and alcohol were factors in the crash that killed country singer Kylie Rae Harris and a teenage girl. 5). The Taos County Sheriff's Office says Harris was in a 2017 black Chevrolet Equinox driving south on State Road 522 when she clipped the back of a Chevrolet Avalanche.
Authorities also noted that a toxicology report indicated that Harris’ blood alcohol concentration was .28, which is three times the legal limit for impaired driving. Meanwhile, teen driver Cruz had no alcohol in her system at the time of the crash.
“The now-completed investigation supports what we suspected at the time of our initial investigation and my earlier press release that stated alcohol consumption was suspected and speeding was a factor,” Sheriff Jerry Hogrefe said.
In the wake of the authorities’ findings, Harris’ family spoke of their sadness that alcohol contributed to the loss of two lives.
“The family of Kylie Rae Harris received the toxicology report and deeply regret that alcohol contributed to the tragic deaths of Maria Elena Cruz and Kylie,” the family said in a statement to PEOPLE.
40-Year-Old Woman Struck, Killed On I-495 In Prince George’s County Overnight
No charges have been filed so far, police said. The woman, 40, was declared dead at the scene.The Maryland State Police Crash Team is continuing the investigation into this incident. Anyone with information on this case is asked to contact the Forestville Barrack at 301- 568-8101.
Singer Kylie Rae Harris Was Drunk and Driving at High Speed Before Fatal Crash , Police Reveal .
Kylie Rae Harris Caused Car Crash That Killed Her and Teenager, Police Say. Speed is reportedly being investigated as a possible contributing factor in the crash . In 2017, Harris was convicted of driving while intoxicated and ordered to install an ignition interlock device on her vehicle, multiple
“No family should have to endure the heartbreak of losing a child.”
In September, the Taos County Sheriff’s Office told PEOPLE in a statement that Harris was traveling south on State Road 522 in a black Chevrolet Equinox when she struck a black Chevrolet Avalanche from behind.
The collision initially sent Harris’ vehicle into the northbound traffic lane, where she then collided head-on with Cruz’s white 2008 Jeep, which was traveling north on SR 522 at the time.
The impact of the crash was the cause of death for both Harris and Cruz, who were pronounced dead at the scene, according to authorities. The other driver was not seriously injured in the crash.
“At this time I will say with most certainty that Miss Cruz was an innocent victim of this senseless crash caused by Ms. Harris,” Sheriff Hogrefe said in a statement toshortly after the incident.
Woman shot in the head while driving on the 610 North Loop
A woman was shot in the head by an unknown gunman as her and her boyfriend were driving on the 610 Loop overnight. This happened just after 2 a.m. in the eastbound lanes of the 610 North Loop near the North Freeway. Houston police say the victim’s boyfriend told them they were driving east on the Loop when he heard pops. He told his girlfriend who was driving that he thought they were being shot at and ducked down. The witness told police heThis happened just after 2 a.m. in the eastbound lanes of the 610 North Loop near the North Freeway.
Country music singer Kylie Rae Harris was drunk and speeding when she caused the three-vehicle crash that killed her and a 16-year-old girl in September. Autopsy reports show Harris had a blood-alcohol content of .28 at the time of the collision — more than three times the legal limit, the sheriff said.
Texas-based country singer Kylie Rae Harris was driving at speeds in excess of 100 MPH just before the head-on car crash that killed her and a 4 in a crash that took place on State Road 522 in Taos, N.M., when the Chevrolet Equinox she was driving clipped a Chevrolet Avalanche from behind.
Days after the fatal accident,revealed to PEOPLE that alcohol was “something [Kylie] struggled with on-and-off over the years,” but declined to share more details “out of respect to both families.”
Cowan also said that the [toxicology report] “results are the same” to her “regardless of what caused it.”
“If you’ve ever had to take defensive driving, they say sleep deprivation, emotions and alcohol are the top three contributors to most wrecks,” she explained. “And so any one of those things could have done it … She had driven 11 or 12 hours that day, and I’m sure that she was exhausted and she was emotionally exhausted. And I think we all know that what that does to you.”
Harris had— tweeting and posting a series of videos on her Instagram Stories just hours before the crash that featured her road trip through New Mexico, where she was scheduled to play at the Big Barn Dance Music Festival in Taos.
The videos were particularly eerie as a teary-eyed Harris discussed how all of her family members who lived in Taos, with the exception of her uncle, had died there.
Bond reduced for woman accused of hitting 2 construction workers on I-71, killing 1 of them
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Kylie Rae Harris , a country singer from Texas, in a file photograph. “The information from the data boxes supports our at-scene investigation that two collision events occurred involving the three vehicles and that speed was definitely a contributing factor,” said Hogrefe in a statement on Sept.
A high school student was also killed in the fatal car crash that resulted in the death of rising country singer Kylie Rae Harris . The impact of the crash was the cause of death for both drivers , who were pronounced dead at the scene, according to authorities who say speed appears to be an apparent
“Driving these roads — I’ve been driving for 12 hours — you would think that’s so exhausting and boring but like, the last couple of hours driving through the mountains, I’m just remembering my place in the backseat as a little kid when my dad was making these treks here,” she went on. “It was the f— best, and I started getting really sad.”
A week after the tragedy, the country star was mourned by her friends and family, where her 6-year-old daughter Corbie gave a heartbreaking tribute performance to her mother.
The youngster decided to sing Harris’ song, “Twenty Years from Now” alongside country singer Bonnie Bishop — a song Harris initially wrote for Corbie, which revealed her hope that she’d still be around to watch her little girl reach adulthood in the coming years.
That song holds a much different meaning now to Corbie, who was the center of Harris’ world, according to her mom.
“She loved Corbie beyond everything,” Cowan told PEOPLE. “She’s a wonderful girl, and hopefully, her message will continue to live on.”
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Privatize speed controls? Gerard Collomb thinks
The Interior Minister wants to entrust the car speed controls to outside companies.
Gerard Collomb unveils his roadmap. In a(daily Ebra group), the Minister of the Interior detail this Saturday, September 2, its priorities and its missions as "first cop of France". One point in the interview is likely to be controversial: his plan to entrust the control of the speed of cars to private companies.
Referring to the recent rise in the number of deaths on the roads, Gerard Collomb announces wanting to refocus the tasks of the police:
"To assign gendarmes and police officers to their priority missions of investigation, security, the principle of entrust the material aspects of speed control to outside companies is a relevant solution, "he argues.
Gerard Collomb nevertheless assures that the verbalization of speeding motorists "will remain the responsibility of the police" and that the external companies will, of course, be "compensated for the fixed price and not according to the number of PV "(Minutes).
???? Fight against terrorism, everyday security, administration: I choose the regional press to unveil my- Gérard Collomb (@gerardcollomb) .
On 2 October 2015, Manuel Valls, then Prime Minister, announced that certain tasks of the new generation mobile radar checks (RMNG) would be entrusted to to "approved service providers" by the State. But this outsourcing only affected the driving of vehicles carrying the control equipment.
The 40 Million Automobile Association, opposed to any privatization of speed controls, regularly recalls the conclusions of an opinion poll conducted from March 22 to 24, 2016 by Harris Interactive: 83% of French respondents believe that it would be a "bad thing to entrust the management of mobile radars to private companies", while 76% think that this measure would be primarily a financial approach. Worse, 70% believe this would not improve road safety.
In 2016, road deaths increased for the third consecutive year (3,477 deaths) after twelve years of decline, the first since 1972. The main causes of accidents remained excessive speed (factor of one fatal accident in three) and alcohol (29% of fatal accidents).
7-Year-Old Boy Killed In Fatal Crash On Hall Road In Clinton Township .
CLINTON TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WWJ) -- A man from New York is behind bars after a crash in Macomb County claimed the life of his seven-year-old son early Sunday morning. Police tell WWJ a 32-year-old man from Sodus, New York, was driving eastbound on Hall Road near Heydenreich Road just after midnight when the crash occurred. Witnesses said the man was driving his Kia Optima on the paved shoulder of Hall Road and continued in that lane as it transitioned into a right turn lane for southbound Heydenreich.