Two Victims Killed in Windsor Hills Crash Identified
LOS ANGELES, Calif. (August 11, 2022) — The families of Lynette Noble, 38, and Natesha Lewis, 43, say they found out days after last week’s Windsor Hills crash that their relative was among the six killed that day on La Brea Avenue.
The family of Lynette Noble identified her to television reporters at a memorial Wednesday night for the crash victims. They also have a GoFundMe page for Lynette Noble There is no GoFundMe page yet for Natesha Lewis.
The deadly crash occurred on Thursday, August 4th when a Houston nurse allegedly ran through a red light and crashed into several cars at La Brea and Sepulveda Avenues.
The chain-reaction crash also killed an infant boy, an unborn baby and his mother, and her boyfriend who were all riding in the same vehicle.
Nicole Lorraine Linton, 37, the driver who reportedly caused the crash is being held without bail.
She is charged with six counts of murder, five counts of vehicular manslaughter with gross negligence, according to Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón. A bail review hearing is scheduled for Monday and the arraignment is set for Oct. 26.
Meanwhile, there are eight other people who suffered minor to moderate injuries in the crash. Seven were traveling in a Chevrolet Traverse and one was in an Audi A3.
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Source: NBC 4 News, CNS,
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