Driver in Fairmount fatal accident facing charges
The intoxicated vehicle driver involved in a recent accident that killed three Manchester University students and critically injuring another is facing charges in Grant County, The Washington Times reported on February 22.
Reports said that Deangelo Evans, 26, was charged with several counts of homicide and another count of causing serious bodily injury in a vehicular accident. On February 21, Evans was allegedly under the influence of alcohol when he was involved in an accident on Interstate 69 that killed three international students. The victims reportedly were on the roadside while changing a flat tire on their vehicle when they were struck by Evans. A fourth victim is still being treated in a Fort Wayne Hospital due to critical injuries.
The entire team at Hankey Marks & Crider extends their deepest condolences to the family and friends of those affected by this tragic car accident.
Written by Ashley Marks