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Chelsea Lawson, 29, and Natasha Siegel, 6, killed and Aaron Siegel, 40, critically injured after tire blowout causes SUV to roll on I-40 near Santa Rosa, New Mexico
Modified Date:Tue, 05/12/2015 - 4:06pm
Accident Date:Sunday, March 8, 2015
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This is an emergency fund for the logistics associated with the tragic and sudden death of Chelsea Lawson and her 6 yr old daughter Natasha Siegel, any money not used specifically for the transport, funeral expense or memorial will go to Aaron Siegel who at this time is in an induced coma with critical injuries.
According to police, a 1997 Ford Explorer driven by Aaron Siegel of Scotts Valley, California, was eastbound on I-40 near mile marker 248 when a tire blew, causing the vehicle to veer into the median and roll over at about 1 a.m. Two passengers, Chelsea Lawson, 29, and Natasha Siegel, 6, also of Scotts Valley, were ejected from the vehicle and killed. Neither passenger was wearing a seat belt. Aaron Siegel, who was wearing his seat belt, was airlifted to UNM Hospital with critical injuries.
City:Santa Rosa, NM
County:Guadalupe County, NM
Area:Albuquerque-Santa Fe, NM