Mayor of Louisiana, Velma Hendrix, 84, dies in a fatal car accident

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Velma Hendrix was a city chairman of Louisiana who was anticipating her re-appointment. On Final voting day (Nov. 8), hours before votes shut, the city chairman of Melville, a modest community in south Louisiana, who was representing re-appointment, died in a car crash.

As per Louisiana State Police, the impact happened not long after 11 a.m. near Parkway 741 on Thruway 190. City hall leader Velma Hendrix, 84, lost her life in the two-vehicle mishap.

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As indicated by fundamental insightful data, a 2008 Acura RDX was voyaging west on Roadway 190 while a 2015 Smash 2500 pickup truck being driven by Columbia, Louisiana inhabitant Michael Cook was voyaging south on Thruway 741.

Cook endeavored to cross both of the westward paths of Expressway 190 as the Acura moved toward the intersection however neglected to make a turn. In the westward path, the pickup’s front struck the Acura’s traveler side.

As per LSP, Hendrix was not wearing a safety belt while situated in the Acura’s back left front seat. She was moved to a medical clinic, where she was pronounced dead later.

LSP Three extra travelers, none of whom were utilizing safety belts, and the Acura’s driver, who was, as indicated by LSP, all experienced moderate to serious wounds.

Cook was not controlled by a safety belt either, despite the fact that he got away from hurt. As per LSP, he gave a breath test on the spot and showed no marks of inebriation.


Cook got a ticket for not wearing a safety belt and neglecting to yield at a stop sign. Moreover, a standard toxicological example from the Acura’s driver has been shipped off for assessment.

The Melville city chairman will be picked on December tenth, as per the St. Landry Ward Assistant of Court, who likewise declared that passing would be returned on Wednesday, November 9 through Monday, November 14.

As per the Louisiana Magistrate of Decisions, Sheila Londerno, who got 182 votes, or 52% of the 353 projects, will be confirmed as city hall leader of Melville if no other person qualifies before November 14.