Memphis Police: Off-duty officer was traveling 114 mph seconds before fatal crash
Print Image A year-old man was killed Friday in a bizarre accident after he was ejected from his car and catapulted about 25 feet in the air, landing on an overhead freeway sign, police said. His body remained perched on the sign for several hours as officials climbed ladders and worked to get him down.
Some commuters who saw the aftermath of the early-morning accident on the Interstate 5 freeway near Glendale, California, thought the body overhead was a Halloween prank. The body remained on the sign for a few hours after the crash. Get push notifications with news, features and more.
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The accident happened about 7 a. He was allegedly speeding, weaving in and out of traffic and passing other vehicles on the right shoulder when his car veered left and clipped the back of a pick-up truck, according to police. The impact reportedly caused his car to flip over several times up an embankment and Pananian was thrown from the open window of his car, launching him up and onto a road exit sign, the CHP says. An autopsy is scheduled for Saturday and toxicology reports will take six to eight months to come back, Los Angeles County Coroner Lt.
Pananian suffered fractures to his head, arm, leg and foot but it is unknown at this time exactly what caused his death, Smith said. Neither the pick-up driver nor his two passengers was injured in the crash, according to police.
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One dead, one injured, another charged with murder in Kokomo shooting
According to the Kokomo Police Department, around a. One person was found inside the home suffering from a gunshot wound to the head, according to police. He was transported to an area hospital and eventually flown to an Indianapolis hospital in critical condition.
A second person was found outside suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. He was pronounced dead at the scene and has been identified by Kokomo Police as year-old Joshua D. Hendricks County teen faces felony charges for having a machine gun According to police, witnesses identified the person who shot the man found suffering from a gunshot wound to the head inside the home, as Briscoe. Briscoe shot the victim in the head.
It was after Briscoe allegedly left the home that another man, identified as year-old Zachary L. Thomas of Russiaville, followed him outside and shot him multiple times.
He said investigators determined this information by speaking with several eyewitnesses present at the time of the shooting. According to court documents, Thomas was taken into custody about a mile and a half from the scene of the shooting and booked into the Howard County Jail a short while later. Thomas is being charged with one count of Murder for allegedly killing Briscoe. Court records show he is being held without bond and has an initial hearing scheduled for Wednesday afternoon.
Police credit the cooperation of witnesses and quick work by detectives in figuring out what happened. She said, especially ahead of the holiday, she is saddened to hear that a life was lost in a shooting so close to home.
We pretty much stick to ourselves. He wants to remind everyone that no life is worth resorting to violence. Anyone with additional information is asked to contact Captain Mike Banush at or the Kokomo Police Department Hotline at Close Modal.
’Speed was definitely a factor’: 3 killed, 2 seriously injured in violent Burbank crash
He was allegedly speeding, weaving in and out of traffic and passing other vehicles on the right shoulder when his car veered left and clipped the back of a pick-up truck, according to police. The impact reportedly caused his car to flip over several times up an embankment and Pananian was thrown from the open window of his car, launching him up and onto a road exit sign, the CHP says.
An autopsy is scheduled for Saturday and toxicology reports will take six to eight months to come back, Los Angeles County Coroner Lt. Pananian suffered fractures to his head, arm, leg and foot but it is unknown at this time exactly what caused his death, Smith said.
SUV split in half when driver loses control, hits Queens utility pole: NYPD
A Turtle Creek man will spend the rest of his life in prison with no chance for parole after he was sentenced Monday in the robbery and shooting death of a year-old woman who was killed for her tax return. Whitley sent a message to Dane James Taylor about the money, and the two of them conspired to rob Davis. Taylor hired Scott, who was an acquaintance of his, to give him a ride that day. Then, they pulled in front of her, and Scott got out, pretending to fix something on the car.
Taylor then jumped out of the car and chased Davis, struggling with her.
One Killed, Car Split in Half in Oceanside Car Accident
She was shot in the hip by Taylor. After splitting in two, half of the Acura made its way back onto Oceanside Boulevard where it collided with a westbound Nissan Sentra.
The woman who was ejected from the Acura died at the scene. The driver of the Acura, a man in his 20s, was also ejected from the vehicle.
Teen brothers killed when car hits tree, splits in half outside Orland
He reportedly suffered serious injuries and had to be flown by medical helicopter to Scripps Memorial Hospital La Jolla. The two occupants of the Nissan Sentra, a man and woman, both suffered non-life threatening injuries and were taken to the hospital for treatment. The cause of the accident was still under investigation at the time of this report.