Livingston woman dead after morning crash in Denham Springs
DENHAM SPRINGS – State Police say a Livingston woman is dead after a morning crash in Livingston Parish Monday.
According to Louisiana State Police, 62-year-old Judy Soulier died from her injuries after a Jeep Cherokee crossed a center lane on LA 1026, striking Soulier’s car head-on.
Police say Soulier was wearing a seatbelt at the time of the crash but still suffered severe injuries. She was transported to Ochsner Medical Center where she later died Friday.
The driver of the Cherokee, 26-year-old Myra Lott was charged with driving left of center, no seat belt and no driver’s license. Additional charges are pending.
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