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Old 05-03-2020, 12:24 PM
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Default Louisville WM, 58 + WM, 5 die in fiery crash, WF critical caused by dui negro

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Man, 5-year-old child killed in crash; suspect charged with murder

Updated April 28 at 8:16 AM

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WAVE) – A man is facing murder and assault charges following a fiery crash that killed two people, including a 5-year-old.

According to Shively police, Jermaine Sneed, 36, was driving drunk when he crashed into a van April 21 on Millers Lane near Dixie highway.

When officers arrived, both vehicles were on fire. Police said Sneed, a male passenger and his 8-year-old son who were inside Sneed’s vehicle were able to get out.

A man was driving the van Sneed is accused of hitting and was pronounced dead at the scene.

A woman and two children were also in the vehicle police said Sneed hit and were injured. The woman remains in critical condition. One child in the van hit by Sneed suffered a broken leg, the other child, a 5-year-old, died from injuries suffered in the crash.


Court documents said Sneed's 8-year-old son had to have surgery.

Sneed was booked into Louisville Metro Department of Corrections and charged with two counts of murder and four counts of assault. He appeared in court Monday and pleaded not guilty. Sneed is scheduled to appear back in court on May 4.


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Louisville man charged with murder in fatal Shively crash that also injured 3 children


Published 8:32 a.m. ET April 25, 2020

A Louisville man was charged with murder Friday in connection with a Tuesday incident where police say he drove drunk in Shively and caused a crash that killed one person and seriously injured four others, including three children.



Jermaine A. Sneed, 36, had a blood alcohol content over the legal limit when he allegedly drove east on Millers Lane at a high rate of speed Tuesday night and smashed his vehicle into a van, according to an arrest citation.

The driver of the van, 58-year-old Danny Whitfill, was killed in the crash, which left both vehicles engulfed in flames, according to the arrest report.

A woman and two children who were passengers in the van were badly injured in the crash, Shively police said.


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May 1 at 12:24 AM ·



Rip to my dad, Danny Whitfill and my half brother Chance who died in a car accident 10 days ago in Kentucky. My sister came acrossed a post about it tonight on facebook.They were killed by a drunk driver. Also, please keep his wife Ashley who is still unresponsive and her two other sons in your prayers! I've only talked to my dad a handful of times in the past 15 years and I've never met Chance. Chance was removed from life support on the 26th and his organs were donated, specifically his kidney's and liver.

Please do not drink and drive!


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The woman in Whitfill's car, Ashley Sego, remains in critical condition at UofL Hospital.
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Old 05-03-2020, 03:48 PM
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Why do we even let niggers drive?? They are terrible drivers when sober!!
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