Windsor Hills accident victim, son and fiancé headed for pregnancy test

Asheri Ryan, her 11-month-old son Alonzo, and her fiancé, Reynold Lester, were on their way to a pregnancy test when, for what seemed like a fraction of a second, they were gone.

“My worst fears came true,” Ashray’s sister, Coty Davis, told a gathering of grieving family members on Friday. “I used to pray for my sisters all the time. I had always seen (accident) on TV. You never expected this to happen to you.”

Ashish was six months pregnant. Her unborn child, whom she had planned to name Armani, also died.

“It’s hard to believe that I’m never going to see them again. I can’t even imagine staring at his coffin. It’s definitely taken a huge part of me away.” Told reporters while fighting for

Asheri Ryan, Alonzo, Reynold Lester. (family photos)

officials believe Nicole LintonThe 37-year-old, a traveling nurse from Texas, was going at least 80 mph when she plowed his Mercedes into crossing traffic Thursday afternoon at the intersection of La Brea and Slawson Avenues in the Windsor Hills.

Several vehicles then entered a gas station under fireballs.

Six people were killed and eight others were injured in this.

On Friday, the California Highway Patrol arrested Linton on suspicion of vehicular manslaughter, even as she remained hospitalized with unidentified injuries.

The CHP told KTLA that Linton is cooperating with investigators.

Formal fees are expected to arrive next week – possibly by Monday.

“Why is he still alive?” Asked a member of the family at Friday’s meeting. “Of all these lives that were lost, why is he still alive?”

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