Unrestrained Louisiana Man Killed in Single-Vehicle Crash After Colliding with Tree on the Side of LA 1061 in Tangipahoa Parish
Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana – A man from Louisiana who was not restrained was killed in a single-vehicle crash after colliding with a tree on the side of LA 1061 in Tangipahoa Parish.
On June 23, 2023, Troopers from Troop L responded to a single-vehicle incident on LA 1061 at Hayden Road in Tangipahoa Parish soon after 12:30 a.m. Keith Harrison, 21, of Kentwood, Louisiana, was killed in the crash.
Harrison was driving a 2008 Dodge truck south on Louisiana 1061 at Hayden Road, according to the preliminary inquiry. Harrison’s vehicle veered off the right side of the road and collided with a tree for unknown reasons.
Harrison was not restrained at the time of the incident, and he died as a result of his injuries. Harrison’s impairment is unknown, and normal toxicology findings are awaited.
LSP indicated that buckling up is the most efficient strategy to protect yourself while driving or riding in a vehicle. It takes only seconds to do and can lessen the risk of serious injury or death in the event of a crash. Remember to buckle up before beginning your trip, no matter how brief it is.