Ambassador Caffery, LA — There was a suspected drunk driving accident reported in mid-January that killed a local man while resulting in another being arrested. Police said that on Tuesday, January 13, 49-year old Brian Nolan was killed after his Suburban was hit by an SUV along the Ambassador Caffery Parkway.
According to their reports, Nolan was driving west along Dulles Drive when he crossed into the intersection with Ambassador. It was there that his Chevy Suburban was hit by 24-year old Federico Morales’s Ford SUV that had been driving north on the Parkway.
The accident left Nolan with critical injuries and he was taken to a hospital, where he later died. Police later arrested Morales on OWI charges after they said that he was under the influence of alcohol at the time.
The cause of the accident isn’t being released yet, but it’s apparent that one of the drivers here had run a red light.
Map of the Accident
View from the Road
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