Amy Carol Richard Death, Police I.D woman killed in Calcasieu Parish double-car Crash

Amy Carol Richard Death – Vehicle Accident: The Louisiana State Police Department Troopers with Troop D has identified the adult female victim that was pronounced dead after sustaining life-threatening injuries from a fatal double-vehicle collision which was reported to have occurred in Calcasieu Parish on Tuesday morning, September 20, 2022, as 44-year-old- Amy Carol Richard of Moss Bluff.

Police reports according to The Louisiana State Police Troop D stated that just at approximately 6:30 a.m., very early this morning, Troopers recieved an emergency/distressed notifications about a fatal double-vehicle collision which may have left one of the drivers seriously injured in the Calcasieu Parish neighbourhood.

Upon reaching the scene at the intersection of US Hwy 171 and Parish Road in Calcasieu Parish, Troopers confirmed that the fatal collision had involved a 2016 Honda CRV and another opposite 1993 Chevrolet Blazer. One of the driver who was later identified as Amy Carol Richard, 44, of Moss Bluff, was located with life-threatening injuries and was immediately transported to an area hospital where she unfortunately succumbed to her injures.

Police reports further revealed that the 2016 Honda CRV, driven by Richard, entered the intersection of US 171 from Parish Road. At the same time, the driver of a 1993 Chevrolet Blazer, who was traveling south, suddenly struck the Honda as she attempted to make a left turn onto US 171.

Although seat belt usage on the part of Richard is unknown at this time, but the driver of the Chevrolet was properly restrained and sustained minor injuries. Toxicology samples were obtained and will be submitted for analysis at the crash remains under the investigation of The Louisiana State Police Troop D.

Louisiana State Police Troop D has investigated 19 fatal crashes resulting in 21 deaths in 2022. The general public or anyone who may have information regarding the fatal collision may reach Troop D Troopers through TFC Derek Senegal Louisiana State Police Public Affairs Section Office: (337) 491-246.

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