Driver crosses interstate lanes, dies in overnight wreck
BATON ROUGE – A 20-year-old was killed in a violent crash on I-110 early Sunday morning.
Police identified the deceased driver as Lonny Myles of Zachary.
Investigators said Myles lost control while driving on I-110 North near the Harding Boulevard entrance ramp around 3:30 a.m. Sunday. He drove from the northbound lanes, across a grassy median where he crossed the southbound lanes and crashed into a light pole.
Upon impact, the vehicle flipped in the air, tossing Myles from the vehicle, police said.
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