• February 10, 2017

Catherine Haase Dies in Port Allen, LA, Car Accident

Port Allen, LA -- January 20, 2017, Catherine Haase was killed following an accident in which her vehicle and another vehicle crashed on the highway.

The Louisiana State Police report that the fatal accident took place around midnight near the intersection of I-10 and Highway 415.

Police received an emergency call that 37-year-old Haase's vehicle was crashed off the side of the interstate. Preliminary investigations indicate that her vehicle most likley was involved in a collision with a commercial vehicle before it ran off the road and hit a tree.

Haase died before emergency services could arrive to render aid. Police say that they have yet to locate the other vehicle involved in the accident.

Police say impairment may be a factor in this accident, but they have not confirmed this. Investigations are currently ongoing.

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This is a very unsettling accident considering there's some other driver out there who left the victim dying on the side of the highway. Police say that impairment might be a factor--regardless of whether or not this is true, there's no way of knowing for sure what caused the accident while the other vehicle has yet to be located. They say it appears the victim's car rear-ended the other vehicle, and there are plenty of reasons an accident like that can happen. There needs to be a thorough investigation to determine who was involved in this accident and what exactly happened. Someone lost their life in this crash, so nothing less than the complete story will suffice.

--Grossman Law Offices


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