LOUISVILLE, KY – Finally the woman killed in an early morning car crash on Sunday has been identified and the Jefferson County Coroner’s Office is now asking for the public to help locate her next of kin.
According to Deputy Coroner Eddie Robinson the fatality was identified as Diana Farris, age 28, resident of Norene Lane. She died at the University of Louisville’s emergency department due to multiple blunt force injuries sustained from the mishap.
Around 4 o’clock in the morning of Sunday, the single-vehicle accident happened on the vicinity of Hurstbourne Lane near Fegenbush Lane. Senior Pastor of Holy Anointing Ministries, Antonio Cruz who narrated that he saw lights and his wife, Rachael heard sirens that Sunday morning.
Antonio Cruz said that there were lots of sirens, lots of police and other individuals during their job. He was thinking it was just an ordinary event but never expected that there would be a fatality.
Louisville Metro Police stated that Farris was not wearing a seatbelt and that speed may have played a role in the crash.
Rachael Cruz said that they are praying for the Farris family for the sorrows they have to bear for their loss.
It was a fatal accident which resulted to the death of a woman. The car crash happened early Sunday morning around the area of Hurstbourne Lane near Fegenbush Lane. Police said that the victim without a seat belt was hurled from the vehicle. She expired at the University Hospital due to critical injuries. LMPD considered speed as one factor of the crash.
The LMPD Traffic Unit is investigating and requesting anyone with information about Farris’s next of kin should call the Jefferson County Coroner’s Office at 502-574-0140.
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