According to Clinton, LA news reports, 25-year old Richard Kennedy Jr. was killed in a fatal single-vehicle accident on October 1, 2012. Police said that Kennedy was driving a pickup truck with a travel trailer along LA-10 when he lost control of his vehicle and left the roadway.
Kennedy was headed east along LA-10 and left the roadway near LA-961. The truck and trailer overturned during the accident, killing Kennedy.
Scene of the Accident
Emergency crews rushed to the scene, but Kennedy died from his injuries a short time after the wreck. Kennedy was from Austin, TX. The specific cause of the accident was not determined, but Louisiana Highway patrol was expected to investigated the matter further.
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