Port Allen UTV Accident, Victim killed Identified By Coroner

Port Allen UTV Accident – The West Baton Rouge Coroner’s Office has revealed the identification of the young child from Port Allen who perished in a UTV accident on Friday night. The event is still being investigated, according to the coroner’s office. Other information has not been made public. Loyalty McCray, 3, was killed when a UTV driven by four youths flipped along U.S. 190 late on Friday night, according to deputies.

According to Louisiana law, you must be 21 years old, have a DMV license, and be insured before you may operate a UTV. Operators are also prohibited from using the roads for driving. “In the end, it’s just a car. Four wheels are on it. It can roll over, overturn, and cause accidents, according to Sgt. Landon Groger of the West Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office. None of those guidelines were followed in the deadly crash that occurred over the weekend in Port Allen since the UTV’s occupants were all children, including Loyalty McCray, who was three years old.

The toddler perished when the car overturned on US 190. “We had a few occurrences over the weekend. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of the young three-year-old who passed away in this parish. The