Nobody ever wants to read about someone getting killed in a car accident. But it’s even worse when the person whose life was cut short is a young person. They’ve barely started to live life and they’re gone. It is frustrating for the family. And it can be frustrating for the police who can’t figure out what exactly caused the car crash. This was the scene in Walker, Louisiana earlier this week where a 23-year old texas man killed in an accident.

23-year old Logan Imbornone from Austin, Texas was traveling out of state in his 2005 Honda Accord. He was driving on the Northbound lanes of Louisiana Highway-447 near the Levi Milton Elementary school.

For some reason, Imbornone crossed the center lane and drove into oncoming traffic. When he crossed the lane, his car was hit by a man driving a 2019 Chevrolet Silverado. The Silverado was driving Southbound on the same highway as the victim.

Imbornone was not wearing his seatbelt at the time of the crash. He was partially ejected from the car and died at the scene. The other driver suffered minor injuries and was taken to the local hospital for treatment.

The police still have no idea what caused the victim to drive his car into oncoming traffic. They have ordered toxicology reports on both drivers. They haven’t confirmed that impairment was an issue but it appears that they suspect it did play some role in the crash.

If you or your loved one is injured in a car accident, make sure you call our office right away. We can review your case and let you know what your case may be worth. We can also let you know who to pursue for your claim.