Jennifer Wray Obituary, Death – Three persons were hurt as a consequence of a collision on Friday night involving two automobiles that happened north of Davenport. The third victim was transported by helicopter to a nearby hospital for treatment while the other two victims were pronounced dead at the scene of the accident. Around 9:03 p.m., deputies from the Polk County Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to the scene of an accident on US 17/92 close to Ernie Caldwell Boulevard.
The PCSO reported that when emergency personnel got to the scene, they discovered that both of the drivers had already passed deceased. The people thought to be guilty of the crime have been identified as Tyrone Jones, 38, and Jennifer Wray, 64, both of Davenport and Haines City, respectively. Tavares Stokes, a 38-year-old man who was originally from Lakeland, was a passenger in Jones’ car. He was taken by helicopter to the hospital, where it appeared that he had suffered injuries to his neck and leg.
According to reports, Wray was driving a blue 1997 BMW 328i that was heading north on US 17/92 at the time of the collision. Sheriff’s deputies claimed that Wray was the driver of the car. They were driving in the same direction as Jones and Stokes on the same road in a 2003 silver Infiniti FX45 going south. According to the Pasadena County Sheriff’s Office, Wray was turning left at the junction of Ernie Caldwell Boulevard when he collided with Jones’ Infiniti.
They said that the Infiniti rolled onto its roof following the collision and briefly caught fire. Soon after the incident, something happened. Jones and Stokes did not have their seat belts fastened; Wray was the only passenger in the car who was. Polk County Fire Rescue was also called to the area during the roughly four hours that a portion of US 17/92 was shut down, and police from the Davenport Police Department helped sheriff’s deputies with traffic control. Additionally, Davenport was the location of the closed portion of US 17/92. The PCSO Traffic Homicide Unit is actively looking into the collision, and it is still being looked into.