Faith Alexandria Obituary, Death – Both a woman and a child who was injured on Tuesday night when a vehicle was broadsided by a man who polices in Shreveport said was trying to avoid a traffic check have passed away as a result of their injuries. The man who caused the accident was described as trying to evade the traffic stop. And not long before the end of the afternoon shift on Wednesday, police in Shreveport detained a man who they have reason to suspect is responsible for both of the homicides.
Terrance Dangerfield, age 24, has been charged with two counts of negligent homicide in addition to two counts of hit-and-run driving. These accusations have been brought against Dangerfield. The Caddo Parish Coroner’s Office has identified one of the deceased as Faith Alexandria, who was 31 years old at the time of her passing. She passed away approximately three hours after being transferred to the Ochsner LSU Health hospital in the aftermath of the collision, which took place just before 6:30 p.m.
She had been transported there following the collision, which took place just before 6:30 p.m. The child went suddenly in the early hours of Wednesday morning. The identity of the deceased person, in addition to their age, has not been made public by the coroner’s office as of yet. It was reported that Dangerfield was driving recklessly on Terry Bradshaw Passway, and the police in Shreveport were attempting to pull him over when the collision took place, according to the police. The accident took place while the police were trying to pull Dangerfield over.
According to the allegations, he observed police lights and continued through the intersection despite the fact that the light was red. After that, he crashed into a car in which Alexandria and another youngster were riding as he was still pursuing them. Both were taken by ambulance to the nearest hospital’s emergency room. Dangerfield came his truck to a stop in a ditch on the opposite side of Walker Road, and then he sped into some wooded area afterward. The law enforcement officials claim that he had a weapon on his person at the time of the incident.