204th and Q Accident – Specialists say an accident at 204th and Q Streets in Omaha early Friday morning killed an 18-year-elderly person and harmed a high school young lady. Three different teenagers, one kid, and two young ladies were in stable condition early Friday evening.
Names of the casualties have not been delivered. Examiners said they need to give the families 24 hours to advise different family members.
The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office said the five were in an SUV that went through a yellow traffic signal going westward on “Q” Street at 3:48 a.m. The SUV crashed into a vehicle that traveled south.
Hudson said the driver of the subsequent vehicle, a man in his 40’s and headed to work, was treated for minor wounds. Specialists accept that driver had the option to proceed.
He said two of the survivors are conversing with examiners, while a third held a legal advisor. A vehicle associated with one of the teenagers had a container of alcohol in it. Hudson said it’s accepted the gathering met someplace before in the evening.
Specialists will follow where the alcohol came from and consider that individual responsible, he said.
Specialists are likewise investigating speed and different variables, as they reproduce the accident scene. Hudson said criminal accusations will probably be documented. They are looking out for toxicology lab tests to assist with figuring out what occurred.
Chris Wagner upholds bringing liquor costs up to bring down the danger of misfortunes out and about.
Wagner is inflexible concerning responsibility. He says Nebraska administrators need to build the cost of liquor and cutoff publicizing that makes alcohol look interesting to adolescents.