• May 05, 2017

Victoria Schneider Killed, Olivia Ellis, Steve Williams and One Injured in Accident in Lacombe, LA

Lacombe, LA -- A two-vehicle collision claimed the life of 17-year-old Victoria Schneider and injured 23-year-old Olivia Ellis and one other Monday, May 1, 2017.

The early media reports claim the vehicle occupied by the victims approached the intersection of West Chestnut and N. Ponchartrain Street. It appears the vehicle rolled through the stop, colliding with a Ford driven by 55-year-old Steve Williams.

Ms. Schneider was taken to a local hospital, but was later declared dead. Her sister, Olivia Ellis, and a passenger in the pickup sustained minor injuries. Mr. Williams also sustained minor injuries in the collision.

The driver of the Chevy, 26-year-old Jermamie Young, was left uninjured in the incident.

The investigation into the incident remains open.

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