A collision Thursday night time in Palmer involving a small automotive and a semi truck left one individual lifeless and despatched three to hospitals.
Palmer police Friday morning stated Kimberly Corridor, 31, of Wasilla, who was a passenger in a 2013 Chevrolet Spark, died on the scene.
Police responded to the crash at eight:forty six p.m. on the Glenn Freeway and Arctic Avenue.
The Spark was being pushed by Religion Britt, sixteen, of Palmer. Corridor’s 18-month-previous daughter was additionally a passenger within the Spark.
“Britt was transported to Windfall hospital by air ambulance. She was listed in crucial however secure situation,” the Palmer Police Division stated in a press release.
“The 18-month-previous was taken to Mat-Su Regional by floor ambulance, the place she was listed in secure situation,” the assertion stated.
Randy Sparks, forty three, of Anchorage, was the driving force of the 2000 Peterbilt semi towing a trailer. He was taken to a hospital by personal car.
The Glenn Freeway was closed for about seven hours for the investigation and was reopened about three:15 a.m., police stated.
Police have talked to Sparks however haven’t been capable of interview Britt or different witnesses, stated Palmer Police Chief Lance Ketterling.
“It is too early for us to let you understand (what led to the crash),” he stated Friday morning. “We need to get an entire image of what occurred.”
Ketterling stated early indications seem to point out the semi was headed north, whereas the Chevy was headed west. The collision seems to be a T-bone, he stated.
Neither alcohol nor medicine seem to have been an element within the crash, he stated.
“It is horrible,” Ketterling stated. “Our hearts exit to everybody concerned.”