• July 12, 2019

Daren Taylor Killed in St. James Parish, LA, 18-wheeler Accident

St. James Parish, LA -- July 5, 2019, Daren Taylor sustained fatal injuries after an accident where multiple vehicles collided.

According to investigators with the Louisiana State Police, the crash happened at around 8:30 a.m. off the intersection of Highway 70 and Highway 3125.

Initial reports stated that 57-year-old Taylor was driving a Buick along eastbound Highway 70. Investigators claim that the Buick crossed into oncoming traffic and collided with an 18-wheeler. A Hyundai Tirburon lost control attempting to avoid the wreck and crashed into the ditch.

As a result of the crash, Taylor succumbed to fatal injuries. It appears other injuries were minor, and reports didn't specify if anyone else was taken to a hospital.

At this time, additional details surrounding the crash are unavailable.


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