Austin Davis Death | Aiden Humphries Death – Austin Ryan Davis and Aiden Daniel Humphries, both of Huntersville, North Carolina, have been named as the fatalities of a tragedy involving a police pursuit that occurred on Thursday evening in Rowan County. Both men lost their lives in the collision. After leading police on a chase through Mount Ulla on Thursday night, Davis, age 18, and Humphries, age 16, both lost their lives as a result.
During the course of a police pursuit on Thursday evening at approximately 11 o’clock, the Chevrolet pickup truck in which the teenagers were riding off the roadway and flipped over at the intersection of NC-801 and Back Creek Church Road, according to the reports. Both Davis and Humphries were determined to have passed away at the site. It is not clear why law enforcement was pursuing the vehicle in question. The investigators are still trying to determine what caused the crash.
Austin Davis Obituary and Aiden Humphries Obituary will be released by the family…
RELATED ARTICLE: Cornelius officer involved in I-77 crash in Huntersville
A Cornelius Police officer was engaged in a crash that occurred overnight and caused the closure of the northbound lanes of Interstate 77, according to the authorities. Just before 2 o’clock on Friday morning, there was an accident in the Huntersville area close to Sam Furr Road. The video captured by cameras belonging to the North Carolina Department of Transportation reveals that the incident involved two vehicles, one of which was driven by the Cornelius officer.
The department of transportation camera captured that cruiser in the median with the front end of it crumpled over. David Baucom, the Chief of Police in Cornelius, stated that the collision took place directly in the intersection of the toll lanes and the general-purpose lanes. According to Baucom, the cop had just gotten out of the county jail when the incident occurred. He also mentioned that his officer and the driver of the second vehicle that was involved were both transported to the hospital after the collision.
The chief reports that his officer is doing OK and has already been discharged from the hospital. The damage to the police cruiser was catastrophic. There was an immediate lack of information regarding the condition of the other driver. WBTV has asked Medic for further information regarding the injuries that have been reported. The North Carolina State Highway Patrol is now conducting an investigation into this collision.
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