5 students have died, returning home from university

5 students have died, returning home from university


Salomon Correa, Ava Luplow, Maggie Franco and their sisters Andrea and Susana Prime are the victims of the accident that happened on Sunday in the state of Wyoming. All attended Jackson Hole Bible College.

To Salomon Correa, Andrea Prime, Ava Luplow, Maggie Franco and Susana Prime

Tragedy on America’s roads. Five students who were returning home from college were killed in the state of Wyoming in a fatal road accident caused by a person who was driving badly. The affected are sisters Andre and Susana Prime, Ava Luplow, Salomon Correa, and Maggie Franco.

As reported by the KATV broadcaster all were in attendance Jackson Hole Bible College when they were involved in an accident on Interstate 80 Sunday morning: a large cargo truck collided with a passenger car and a truck, causing an accident that forced another truck to veer off the road, ending up in a head-on collision with students. Ford F-150.

The truck and the student’s car caught fire, killing the five young people and leaving others with serious injuries. The driver of the Dodge Ram, who has not yet been identified, has been arrested.

There Wyoming High Patrol noted that the accident occurred east of Rawlins, Wyoming, at around 6:52 am. The initial rear-end collision caused three vehicles to crash on Interstate 80: moments later a commercial truck tried to avoid them by swerving into the other lane, and collided head-on with the students’ car, killing them all.

Maggie, Susan and Ava

Maggie, Susan and Ava

After a tragic accident, the community of Sylvan Hills gathered at the parish of Faith Bible Fellowship in Arkansas for the memorial vigil of five students, well-known in the local community: Susana and Ava worked at the Humble Crumb bakery near their high school, where Maggie also worked with the participants of his family.

Sisters Andrea and Susana

Sisters Andrea and Susana

Lydia VanderVate, who attended Bible Faith Fellowship with all five victims, highlighted how the tragedy affected the community. “My heart is broken. They all had that kind of personality, they understood each other, they were always laughing with each other. .