Shelly Easter, 35, was identified by authorities in Temple, TX as the victim of a fatal two-car accident that happened on September 29, 2012. Police said that Easter was driving a tan-colored SUV east along Avenue M, near 51st Street, when she was hit by an oncoming blue SUV. The blue SUV was reportedly driving west, but swerved into the eastbound lanes.
Scene of the Accident
Easter was killed immediately in the accident and the driver of the blue SUV, identified as 21-year old Ramon Rivera, was injured in the accident. Police said that River was suspected of being under the influence of alcohol and that he was arrested. He was charged with intoxication manslaughter, according to the news reports.
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