Cody Rosenthal Death – Cody Rosenthal of Crown Point, Indiana, has passed away following a motor vehicle accident, he was 27 years old. It was reported that the fatal crash had happened in Northwest Indiana. The official reports of the accident has not been released to the public by the authorities. Kim White wrote in a social media tribute that she know the sickeningly intense heartbreak she feel does not touch what his family is experiencing.
“Please pray for Chris and Sheri, his sister Rachel, the Rosenthal and Deyarmin families, and all who loved Cody, during this horrific time,” Kim White wrote. Rosenthal went to Lowell Senior High School and worked with Dayton Freight Lines, Inc. He was pronounced dead as a result of his injuries.
Cody Rosenthal Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family…
RELATED ARTICLE: Two died after car crash in Crown Point
Friday, December 30, a single-vehicle accident in the town of Crown Point resulted in two fatalities and two injuries, according to state police. Erin L. Ross, 18, of Crown Point, and Christopher L. Guillaw, 21, of Witherbee were injured. Ryan H. Quigley, 23, of Ticonderoga, and Tiffany A. Lang, 19, of Mineville, perished.
The state police responded to a one-car accident in the municipality of Crown Point at 12:50 a.m. Quigley was driving a 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt southbound on White Church Road when he lost control of the vehicle and drove off the road’s east side. The vehicle tumbled down a slope and landed on its roof in a shallow stream.
Quigley and Lang were pronounced dead at the site of the crime. Paul Connery, the coroner for Essex County, has authorized the transportation of the bodies of Ryan Quigley and Tiffany Lang to the Adirondack Medical Center in Saranac Lake and has ordered autopsies to ascertain the causes of death. Saturday, December 31 has been scheduled for the autopsies.
Gumlaw and Ross were ejected from the vehicle and transported to Moses Ludington Hospital in Ticonderoga for treatment of accident-related injuries. They were subsequently transferred to Fletcher Allen Healthcare in Burlington. Their medical condition is currently unknown.
Crown Point Fire Department, Ticonderoga Fire Department, and Crown Point Ambulance personnel responded to the emergency. State Police Uniform, Bureau of Criminal Investigation, and Troop “B” Collision Reconstruction Unit continue to investigate the accident.
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