Lincoln Police Report: Teen Who Caused Fatal Crash Was Speeding, Tests Positive For Marijuana


Lincoln police have identified the two people who were killed after two cars collided and drove into a crowd on Sunday evening. headed east and turned north on 52nd Street. The two vehicles ran off the roadway and onto the sidewalk of O Street, west of 52nd Street N, hitting a crowd that had gathered to watch a classic car show, authorities said. The driver of the Toyota, identified as Emily Siebenhor, 20, and the passenger of the Toyota, identified as Edith Hermosillo, 22, were pronounced dead at the scene, according to Lincoln Police. The driver of the Ford was an 18-year-old man from Omaha, authorities said. He was transported to a local hospital with non-life threatening injuries. According to a police report, the driver of the Ford tested positive for marijuana after the accident. The report also states that he was speeding and only has a learner’s licence. At this point, there are no arrests or charges in the case. The Ford rolled onto its roof, pinning two victims underneath, and bystanders worked together to roll the vehicle off the victims, law enforcement said. Authorities said 20 people were injured. in the accident. Bryan Health said Monday morning that Bryan Medical Center was caring for 10 people. Among them, two were admitted to hospital. One had serious injuries, the other serious injuries. Eight other patients were treated and released. CHI Health St. Elizabeth said Monday morning it treated 10 patients after the crash. Among them, three were admitted to hospital. One was freed and the other two are in good condition. Seven other patients were treated and discharged. More coverage

Lincoln police have identified the two people who were killed after two cars collided and drove into a crowd on Sunday evening.

According to law enforcement, at 10:47 p.m., a black Ford Taurus was traveling west on O Street when it collided with a white Toyota Corolla that was traveling east and turning north on 52nd street.

Both vehicles ran off the roadway and onto the sidewalk of O Street, west of 52nd Street N, hitting a crowd that had gathered to watch a classic car show, authorities said.

The driver of the Toyota, identified as Emily Siebenhor, 20, and the passenger of the Toyota, identified as Edith Hermosillo, 22, were pronounced dead at the scene, according to Lincoln Police.

The driver of the Ford was an 18-year-old man from Omaha, authorities said. He was transported to a local hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

According to a police report, the driver of the Ford tested positive for marijuana after the accident. The report also states that he was speeding and only has a learner’s licence. At this point, there are no arrests or charges in the case.

The Ford rolled onto its roof, pinning two victims underneath, and bystanders worked together to roll the vehicle off the victims, law enforcement said.

Authorities said 20 people were injured in the accident.

Bryan Health said Monday morning that Bryan Medical Center was caring for 10 people. Among them, two were admitted to hospital. One had serious injuries, the other serious injuries. Eight other patients were treated and released.

CHI Health St. Elizabeth said Monday morning it treated 10 patients after the crash. Among them, three were admitted to hospital. One was freed and the other two are in good condition. Seven other patients were treated and released.

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