Kaitlyn Cefalde Obituary, Youngstown coroner identifies crash victim – Death

Kaitlyn Cefalde Obituary, Youngstown coroner identifies crash victim - Death

Kaitlyn Cefalde Death, Obituary –  The identity of the person who passed away as a result of injuries sustained in a car accident that took place in Youngstown and caused the vehicle to break into two pieces was able to be determined by the Mahoning County Coroner’s Office. The accident caused the vehicle to be in two pieces. After conducting some research, it was discovered that the passenger who had passed away was a young woman named Kaitlyn Cefalde, and that she was 22 years old. According to the investigators who looked into the matter, Cefalde was a passenger in the vehicle that was involved in the accident that took place on Thursday on Mahoning Avenue.

The accident took place on Mahoning Avenue. After the collision, which took place at 7:40 p.m. in the neighborhood of South Bon Air Avenue and was brought on by striking a pole, the vehicle was completely severed in two after the incident. After the accident, one half of the vehicle was discovered in the parking lot of the CVS, and the other half was discovered in the parking lot of the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles. Both of these locations were within a short distance of each other. After the collision, the driver, who the authorities identified as Jaquan Jenkins and determined to be 22 years old, was transported to the hospital to be treated for his injuries.

However, according to the authorities, Jenkins was eventually discharged from the medical facility, and his whereabouts at the present time are unknown. After the police pulled Jenkins over in the 4000 block of Mahoning Avenue in Austintown, they say he led them on a chase for a short while right before the fatal collision. The fatal collision took place after the chase ended. The pursuit was finally called off when there was a collision that resulted in fatalities. Jenkins allegedly fled the scene after the police discovered that he was wanted on outstanding warrants for his arrest, according to the police. The warrants for Jenkins’ arrest had not yet been fulfilled at the time of the incident.

As the officers got closer to Raccoon Road, they started to lose sight of the vehicle, which ultimately led to them giving up the pursuit of the vehicle. Raccoon Road is the reason why they gave up. They were told that there had been an accident involving the vehicle after waiting a few minutes for the information to be relayed to them. Jenkins is being investigated for the chase that took place through Austintown, but the collision that took place in Youngstown has not yet resulted in any charges being brought against him.

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