The tragic accident that killed 17-year-old Maria Castillo on July 8 has shocked the community of Dickinson, Michigan. She was a member of the National Honor Society, member of the soccer team, and a student mentor in her school’s PALS program. She also worked as a front desk clerk at a local hotel. The accident happened when Maria and her sister were driving on a snowy night when their truck careened off the interstate and into trees. The crash left both of them unconscious.
The accident was caused by a drunk driver. The driver of the vehicle lost control of the vehicle, striking multiple trees. The wrecker service eventually rolled over the car. Maria Castillo, a Clare resident, was the passenger of the car. She was wearing a seat belt and was driving a small sedan. Her 4-year-old daughter was in the backseat. The crash has devastated the community of Dickinson.
The driver of the car struck a light pole and rolled into the ditch. The wrecker service rolled over the vehicle, and the two survivors were pronounced dead at the scene. Maria Castillo, a Clare resident, was driving the vehicle and her daughter, a passenger, was in the car seat. Police believe alcohol played a role in the crash. The family is mourning the loss of their loved one.
A memorial service for Maria Castillo, a seventeen-year-old soccer player, was held on June 30. The accident occurred at the intersection of Belvidere Road and Lewis Avenue. The car struck a light pole and was rolled over by a wrecker service. The passenger, a 31-year-old woman named Maria Castillo, was not wearing a seat belt. She was a Clare resident and registered the car.
A drunk driver who hit a light pole in Waukegan killed a passenger in a car accident. The accident occurred on Old 76 in Waukegan, and the police believe that the driver was drunk at the time of the crash. The victim, Maria Castillo, died at the scene. A wrecker rolled over the car. The wrecker was unable to stop the crash due to alcohol. The victims’ families are mourning the loss of a loved one.
The driver of a 2002 GMC Envoy was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol. The two victims were killed and the driver was arrested. The drivers of both vehicles were reportedly unable to drive the vehicle and were driving drunk. Their vehicle hit a light pole and flipped. The driver fled the scene and was caught six hours later near Bay Area Boulevard and I-45. He is facing felony charges for failure to render aid. The two victims were wearing safety belts and were taken to the hospital.
The accident occurred on Old 76 near the intersection of Fuqua Road and La Brisa on the Creek. The GMC hit several small trees and rolled into a ditch. The wrecker service rolled over the vehicle. The four-door sedan was carrying two people. The car’s occupants were a woman and a child. The car was registered to Castillo. Both were wearing seat belts to protect their children.
The driver of a 2002 GMC Envoy was driving drunk and hit a light pole and killed a passenger. A four-door sedan carrying two people was struck by a light pole in Waukegan, Mich., and the car was rolled over. Castillo, who lived in Clare and registered the vehicle to her daughter, was injured in the crash. The two passengers were wearing safety belts to prevent injury.
The driver of a GMC Envoy lost control and struck a light pole. The vehicle was headed south on Old 76. The crash involved four people, including the driver. The driver was a non-US resident. It was unclear if the driver’s residency was confirmed. The police say Castillo had been drinking. The police are investigating whether alcohol may have been a factor. A drunk driver has no license to drive and should not have been driving.