Megan Breaux Death, Obituary – A woman was killed in a collision early on April 7 that also involved a car and two 18-wheelers, according to an investigation being conducted by Troop A of the Louisiana State Police. Her name was Maegan Breaux, and she was 25 years old. She was from Des Allemands. According to Tpr. Christian Reed, the collision took place on Interstate 12 in Livingston Parish near LA 441.
The first findings of the inquiry, according to him, indicate that Breaux was traveling eastbound on Interstate 12 in a 2021 Toyota Camry when the vehicle went off the left side of the highway, hit the cable barrier, and then got back on the roadway before coming to a stop at the center line. Reed also mentioned that the investigation into what caused the automobile to veer off the road is ongoing.
According to the troopers’ report, after the vehicle came to a halt, Breaux began to exit the vehicle just as two 18-wheelers, one in the right lane and the other in the left lane but further behind the first one, were approaching. Reed claims that the first large truck veered to the left, rear-ending the Camry and injuring Breaux in the process. He also mentioned that the first tractor-trailer collided with the second one, which was the vehicle that ended up in the median.
According to LSP, Breaux was pronounced dead at the scene of the incident. According to the state police, none of the 18-wheeler drivers sustained injuries in the collision. They also stated that as part of the ongoing investigation, blood samples were taken from each of the drivers, and those samples are currently being transported to the Crime Lab of the Louisiana State Police for examination.
The inquiry into the crash is still ongoing.