Brittany Fields
Forever 21

Brittany Fields was a passenger in a car driven by her husband on Father’s Day 2018 when their vehicle was struck from behnd by Kristen McGuinness. McGuinness had a blood alcohol content (BAC) of .15%.

The vehicle that Brittany was in with her husband rolled numerous times and Brittany was ejected.

Brittany spent 45 days in the hospital before her family made the difficult decision to remove her from life support. Brittany’s death left a one year old child motherless.
Public Record of Charges Filed

Kayley Mathers
Forever 18

Kayley Mathers was a passenger in a vehicle driven by Jordan Platt.

Platt had been drinking, had marijuana in his system, and he was traveling at 108 miles per hour when he crashed.

Kayley was killed instantly.

Public Record of Charges Filed

Elizabeth Tate
Forever 17

Elizabeth Tate was on her way home from work when a vehicle driven by Jon Sweazy, going the wrong way on I-74, hit her car head on. Sweazy had marijuana and alcohol in his system when he killed Elizabeth instantly. Sweazy’s blood alcohol content (BAC) was over twice the legal limit.

Sweazy was also killed in the crash.

TV news story about the crash

Nathan Gentry
Forever 18

Nathan Gentry was a passenger in a vehicle driven by 17 year-old Chris Hubbard.

Hubbard had marijuana in his system, a BAC of .066% and was speeding when he crashed his car into a tree.

Nathan was killed instantly. Hubbard and three other teens were badly injured. Hubbard was tried and convicted in juvenile court.

Press article about the crash

Ron Stroud
Forever 41

Ron Stroud was on his way home from work at 4:30 in the afternoon. His car was hit broadside by Eric Taylor.

Taylor’s BAC was.21%. Almost three times the legal limit of alcohol in his system.
Ron was pronounced dead at the scene.

Taylor had previous convictions for drunk driving.

Public Record of Charges Filed

Jill Guthrie
Forever 54

Jill Guthrie was on her way to the store when her car was hit broadside by a vehicle driven by Justin Land.
Land had cocaine in his system.

Jill was killed instantly.

Land had his 5 year-old daughter in the vehicle with him at the time of the crash.

Public Record

Damon Comer
Forever 29

Damon Comer was a passenger in a vehicle driven by Michael Bosworth.

Bosworth was driving 90 miles per hour and had a BAC of .09% when he lost control of his car and hit a telephone pole, killing Damon instantly.

Bosworth was critically injured, but survived.

Public Record of Charges Filed