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Two dead in rollover accident on Hwy 27 identified



fatal accident on 27
Fatal accident on 27. Photo courtesy of the Warren County Fire Service.

UPDATE – 6:50 p.m. – Warren County Coroner Doug Huskey has released the names of the deceased in the accident on Highway 27 at 3:02 a.m. Dead are 39-year-old Miguel Sajbin of Guatemala and 23-year-old Thomasa Joselyn LuxPu.

The driver of the vehicle, a 17-year-old, has not been identified nor has their condition been updated.

UPDATE – 4:19 a.m. – Two people have died in the accident.

A single vehicle accident in the 6100 block of Hwy 27 has claimed the lives of two people.

The SUV carrying 3 people had out-of-state plates. At about ten minutes before 3 a.m., the SUV left the roadway, rolled and hit a tree with some force, trapping the occupants in the vehicle. The first unit to arrive at the scene described the damage as heavy and that it prevented them from making contact with the occupants.

Warren County Firefighters, Rescue, law enforcement and two firemedic units worked for some time to get one person out of the vehicle. That person was taken by ambulance to an area hospital and then taken by medical helicopter to UMMC in Jackson. Additional units were called in and the roadway was shut down while they attempted to free the occupants.


3:53 a.m. – The coroner has been dispatched to the scene indicating that at least one person has died in the accident.

3:38 a.m. – This is an extremely serious accident. Take another route.


At about ten minutes before 3 a.m., a SUV left the roadway, rolled over and made contact with a tree trapping the occupants inside the vehicle. The first unit on the scene reported the vehicle was upside down.

Units with the Warren County Fire Service along with Rescue, two fire medic units and law enforcement are working the accident at the time of this report. AirCare has been put on standby.

Hwy 27 in the 6100 block is temporarily shut down while first responders work the scene. Avoid the area if you can.

This is a developing story.

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