Officials from the Nebraska State Police have identified the individual who was killed in a single-vehicle accident in Omaha, NE on February 3rd, 2013. Police currently suspect that Jessica Stanley was killed when the vehicle she operated potentially witnessed a loss of control while navigating Hamilton Street in the early morning hours. The vehicle vacated the roadway, crossed through the lanes of oncoming traffic and struck two trees.
Scene of the Accident
According to the report, Jessica Stanley was not wearing her seat belt at the time of the accident and was ejected from the vehicle in the midst of the accident and was subsequently pronounced dead on the scene from the injuries inflicted on her in the accident. A passenger of Stanley’s, identified as Harry Stanley was transported to nearby Creighton University Medical Center for treatment of a fractured neck, a protruding fracture in his right arm, and brain hemorrhaging. Police currently suspect a high rate of speed and alcohol impairment may have played a role in the accident.
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