||Army gets in to storm cleanup, get back to work and, even better, get back home at an easier pace. It's an underappreciated asset at our Navy's front end, which is why the command is so excited to bring it back to life in real-time for an improved, more integrated, easier access and faster way of using it.
Man killed in bordertown crash
Police found an injured woman in a parking garage near her home Thursday afternoon. The woman had sustained serious but non-life threatening injuries after the collision.
Police say the driver, later identified as 28-year-old Brian Williams, of the 27000 block of North Simeon Avenue, was traveling west on Simeon Avenue near W. Simeon, when he lost control of his truck at the intersection of South Ashland Avenue and N. Simeon and ran several times along the westbound shoulder of the highway.
Officers say Williams hit two other vehicles before heading westbound on the embankment to the westbound shoulder. Police say the last crash involved a Lexus traveling southbound on South Ashland Avenue and hit the back of the SUV, which also burst into flames. A 23-year-old woman also was transported to Grady Memorial Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries from a single-vehicle crash.
All three vehicles sustained serious to non-life-threatening injuries.
Williams died at the scene of the crash. The cause of the crash remains under investigation.
Police say Williams was being cited for operating a vehicle while under the influence in the second DUI incident of the day.
Williams was taken to Grady Memorial Hospital to be checked for a blood alcohol content of.29 when he was taken there, police said.
The other driver, identified by his family as 32-year-old John W. Gentry, was released from the hospital and is expected to be transported to the Lincoln Heights Hospital.
Police say the drivers in both crashes were cooperative with investigators.
The investigation into the collision is ongoing.
Stay with FOX 2 for more information on this developing story.