Marshall County Teenager Dies Just after Filth Bicycle, Car or truck Crash | News, Sporting activities, Work opportunities
SHERRARD — Marshall County Sheriff Kevin Cecil claimed that 17-year-aged Brandon Holmes died when his grime bike collided with a motor vehicle at the intersection of W.Va. 88 and Garvins Lane at about 11:30 p.m. Friday.
Preliminary experiences point out Holmes was driving north on W.Va. 88 at a substantial fee of pace without the need of lights on when he collided with a smaller motor vehicle touring south on W.Va. 88 and turning left on to Garvins Lane. It was not claimed if the driver of the motor vehicle sustained any injuries. Holmes was ejected from his bike and died at the scene.
Marshall County Educational institutions Superintendent Jeffrey Crook released the adhering to assertion: “On behalf of Marshall County Educational institutions, we are heartbroken and saddened by the tragic death of a single of our Cameron spouse and children members, Brandon Holmes. Make sure you keep his spouse and children and fellow pupils in your thoughts and prayers.” Marshall County Superintendent Jeffrey Crook released a assertion adhering to the accident.
Holmes was a college student at Cameron Higher Faculty. The accident continues to be under investigation.
In the meantime, Ohio County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a report a rollover crash on Dallas Pike Highway at about 7:25 p.m. Saturday. The occupants of the auto reportedly were out of the auto when deputies arrived. No other information were obtainable late Saturday.