Nicole Lorraine ended up 6 lives on 4 august,2022
Nicole Lorraine Linton, 37-year-old woman named has been accused of vehicular manslaughter by a devastating collision that happened in Los Angeles on the afternoon of Thursday, August 4, 2022.
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When Nicole Lorraine Linton decided to speed past a red light, Nicole Lorraine crashed into other cars in the Windsor Hills neighbourhood southeast of downtown Los Angeles.
According to authorities, Nicole Lorraine Linton was admitted to a nearby hospital with wounds from the accident. Linton is a Houston native and according to authorities, she worked as a nurse in Los Angeles.
The is facing charges of vehicular manslaughter and gross carelessness.
Asherey Ryan was named as one of the victims of the collision. Her male fetus also died in the collision.
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‘We’re seeking legal representation because this doesn’t make sense. Her kidnapping my sister, my nephew, my brother-in-law and finally my son’s only cousin. We’re deeply hurt. We have to bury four people including the unborn child.’
Unconfirmed reports suggest that Ryan was reportedly headed to a doctor’s appointment and was over eight months pregnant.
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“Linton proceeded through a red light and hit multiple cars that were traveling eastbound and westbound on Slauson Avenue. As a result of this collision, multiple parties were ejected and two vehicles were fully engulfed in flames.”
CHP reported that the 6 who died were transported to the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center. It is not known which of the involved vehicles was a model since all six vehicles were burned to the ground by the accident.
The collision ended up being a chain reaction with several cars getting involved and the badly damaged Mercedes ending up close to a bench further down the street.
According to the fire department and the CHP, several people were thrown from their vehicles as a result of the collision.