• February 01, 2017

Jordan Tulgren Killed, Tianna McDermott, Kevante Crutchfield Hurt in Richmond, WI Accident

St. Croix, WI -- The deceased victim in an alleged drunk driving incident has been identified as Jordan Tulgren in Richmond, WI Sunday, January 29, 2017. The collision also left Tianna McDermott, Kevante Cructhfield with injuries.

The crash took place at 170th Avenue and 112th Street about 2 a.m. It is alleged the vehicle occupied by the victims failed an attempt to turn onto 112th Street. The vehicle crashed into a ditch, struck a utility pole, subsequently flipping over. Jordan Tulgren, a 19-year-old passenger in the car, was declared dead at a nearby hospital. Two other passengers, 18-year-old Tianna McDermott, and Kevante Crutchfield, 21, were left with undisclosed injuries.

The cause of the incident is unclear, but police say they believe alcohol was a factor.

The driver of the car, 18-year-old Dalton Mundle, was arrested and faces multiple charges related to the crash.

Officials are investigating the details of the collision.

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