• August 09, 2023

Inna Lobanova Killed, Rileigh McCullough, 5 Injured in Car Accident in Rockwall County, TX

Rockwall County, TX — July 12, 2023, Inna Lobanova was killed and Rileigh McCullough and five others were injured in a car accident at 10:05 p.m. along Highway 276.

Preliminary investigations from officials say that the incident happened at the intersection of Highway 276 and F.M. 551.

Inna Lobanova Killed, Rileigh McCullough, 5 Injured in Car Accident in Rockwall County, TX

According to officials, 27-year-old Inna Lobanova was said to be in a Nissan Sentra that was going eastbound along the highway. Available details at this time suggest that a Toyota Highlander was going southbound along F.M. 551. At the intersection, authorities allege the Toyota did not stop at a stop sign, crashing into a Ford Ecosport going westbound. The driver of the Ford was identified as 21-year-old Rileigh McCullough. This sent McCullough's vehicle and the Toyota into the eastbound lanes where they were struck by Lobanova.

As a result of the accident, Lobanova sustained injuries which ultimately proved to be fatal. McCullough sustained injuries which were said to be incapacitating. From the Toyota, a teenager, two children, and two adults had various injuries. Right now, there may be pending criminally negligent homicide charges against the Toyota driver.


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