Kameron Wright Charged in Fatal East University Crash
An 18-year-old named Kameron Wright is facing charges connected to a crash that killed a couple in Des Moines. Wright is charged with two counts of vehicular homicide by OWI and two counts of vehicular homicide by reckless driving, with evidence suggesting that impairment and high speeds were factors in the crash. The victims, 76-year-old Fred Lehman and 79-year-old Mary Lehman, died at the scene after Wright, reportedly driving over 100 mph, crashed his Camaro into their car.
18-year-old Charged in Fatal Crash that Claimed Lives of Des Moines Couple
Des Moines police have arrested 18-year-old Kameron Wright in relation to a fatal crash that resulted in the deaths of a local couple. Wright is facing two counts of vehicular homicide by OWI and two counts of vehicular homicide by reckless driving, following the incident on East University Avenue.
Authorities report that Wright was allegedly driving his Camaro at speeds exceeding 100 mph seconds before the accident. The collision claimed the lives of 76-year-old Fred Lehman and his wife, 79-year-old Mary Lehman. The impact flipped the car, resulting in their immediate deaths.
Investigation into the case continues, with the Des Moines Police Department Traffic Unit focusing on the possible involvement of impairment and high-speed driving as contributing factors in the accident.
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