Teresa Alvarez, Jessica Magana, Angelica Magana-Ceja, Jessica Magana killed, 2 other women injured in SUV, 3 men injured in pickup truck, after SUV loses control on icy roadway and collides with pickup in Muskegon County.
Modified Date:Fri, 10/23/2015 - 4:08am
Accident Date:Thursday, January 30, 2014
As a tight-knit family mourns the loss of four Newaygo women killed in a car crash Friday, co-workers are also grieving for one of the women whom they regarded as family.
He checked for pulses. He performed CPR. He comforted survivors. He organized and directed others who stopped to help until emergency units arrived.
Casnovia fatal crash: Off-duty Grand Rapids police officer, Clarkston nurse identified as Good Samaritans.
Authorities from the Grand Rapids Police Department have confirmed it was one of its off-duty detectives who came across the fatal Casnovia Township crash this morning, Jan. 31, and provided aid to the victims at the scene.
It’s been confirmed that four have died in a horrific traffic crash this morning, Jan. 31 at an icy intersection in Muskegon County’s Casnovia Township.
A sport-utility vehicle carrying six women lost control on an icy western Michigan roadway and spun into the path of a pickup truck early Friday, causing a crash that killed four and injured five, authorities said.
A sport-utility vehicle carrying six women lost control on an icy western Michigan roadway and spun into the path of a pickup truck early Friday, causing a crash that killed four and injured five, authorities said. The women killed were later identified as Jessica Magana 22, Angelica Magana-Ceja 44, Erika Ceja 34, and Teresa Alvarez 34. The Muskegon County Sheriff's Office said in a release that the four who died in the crash shortly after 6 a.m. in Muskegon County's Casnovia Township were in the SUV. Two others in the vehicle were hurt, as were three men in the pickup truck. The survivors' conditions weren't immediately known. Sheriff Dean Roesler told reporters that the women in the SUV were traveling to work in Kent County, and the men in the pickup truck were paint contractors on their way to a job. The crash happened about 20 miles northwest of Grand Rapids. What every family needs to know about wrongful death claims When a person dies as the result of a car, truck, bicycle, pedestrian, or other kind of accident, family members must deal with the tragedy as best they can. Many decisions need to be made, and a wrongful death claim needs to be filed. In Michigan, a claim can be filed by certain family members, but there are strict requirements and deadlines that must be met. It is crucial to speak with a Michigan wrongful death attorney to get necessary information and advice.
City:Grand Rapids, MI
County:Kent County, MI