• May 12, 2017

Aryelle Oxendine Killed, 3 Injured in Tampa, FL, Car Accident

Tampla, FL -- May 5 2017, Aryelle Oxendine was killed, Erica Perryman, Fredreanna Hunt, Yalean Pimental were injured, after a car accident.

Authorities from the Tampa Police Department were called out to the two-vehicle accident scene at around 2:00 a.m. off the intersection of Waters Avenue and Edison Avenue.

Preliminary police investigations indicate that 21-year-old Oxendine was driving a car along eastbound Waters along with a Lexus driven by 20-year-old Hunt. Somehow, the two vehicles collided with each other, causing both to swerve off the side of the road. The Lexus struck a utility pole while Oxendine's Mazda continued some distance and crashed into a church.

EMS rushed out to the scene where Oxendine was pronounced dead. Her passenger, 20-year-old Perryman, as well as Hunt and her passenger, 17-year-old Pimental, were transported to a nearby hospital for treatment.

The exact cause of the accident is still unclear. No further details have been reported at this time.

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