Caleb Watts Death – Two people have died following a deadly accident involving a car and a motorcycle that happened Saturday night on National Avenue. The victims were identified as 19-year-old Caleb Watts, a resident of Springfield, Missouri, and 50-year-old Laura Lane. According to reports, Watts and Lane passed away from injuries sustained in the fatal motor vehicle crash. Thoughts and prayers are with their family during this difficult time.
How did the crash happen?
According to the Springfield Police Department, before 8 p.m., a silver Nissan Altima was driving north on National Avenue and began turning left on Pythian Street. When the accident occurred, a green 2023 Kawasaki Ninja motorcycle was traveling southbound on National. It collided with the Nissan.
Cause of death
Caleb Watts, 19, from Springfield, and Laura Lane, 50, who was a passenger in the car, both were pronounced dead at the scene of the accident after being involved in the collision. The woman who was driving the car, who was 21 years old, was taken to the hospital with moderate injuries after the accident.
Laura Lane Death
According to the police, it is believed that speed played a role in the collision. Anyone who witnessed the collision or has any information related to it is urged to get in touch with the Springfield Police Department. This is the 20th fatal auto accident that has occurred in Springfield in the year 2023.
Chandler lost one of is buddy’s and teammate Caleb last night. Caleb Watts lost his life last in a horrible accident. I coached Caleb in baseball for 6 years with my good friend Kevin Hall . In this picture Caleb is standing in front of Kevin 2nd from the left. Man he was so fun to be around always had a smile and was an awesome athlete. My heart is broken for his mom and family. God wrap your arms around this family.
The family will release an obituary and funeral arrangements for Caleb Watts and Laura Lane.
Springfield is a city in southwestern Missouri. The Discovery Center of Springfield has interactive science exhibits on topics from DNA to dinosaurs. To the north, Dickerson Park Zoo features animals from around the world, plus train rides. Trams run through a cave filled with stalagmites and flowstones at Fantastic Caverns. The Nathanael Greene/Close Memorial Park has trails and botanical gardens.
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