2 Marines Killed, 1 Injured in Car Accident

by Administrator 13. May 2009 05:42

Two U.S. Marines were killed in a weekend car accident in southwestern Arizona. One other Marine was injured. The sedan the three were riding in went off a road north of the Marine Corps Air Station in Yuma early Sunday morning. The car hit a power pole and then veered into an orchard. 


The Yuma County sheriffs office identified the driver as twenty-one-year-old Donald R. Clouse of Millport, Alabama, he was pronounced dead at the scene. Also killed was twenty-three-year-old Kelli Rawlings of Frankfort, Kentucky. She died later at a local hospital. Twenty-one-year-old Levi Marshall of Idaho Falls, Idaho was flown to a hospital in Phoenix where he is listed in serious condition. 


A statement from the sheriff's office says that alcohol is believed to have been a factor in the accident.


If you or someone you know has been injured in an accident, please contact the Phoenix personal injury attorneys of Haralson, Miller, Pitt & McAnally at 877-366-5557.

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