Jeremy Moran Obituary, Death – According to the reports from the Highway Patrol, Braden Rock, 15, who was the brother of Faith Rock, 17, who was driving the Saab, was the one who passed away. Skyla Kirby and Katie Williams, all 16, were the other passengers in the vehicle that was transported to WakeMed in Raleigh, along with Rock and another student from Wake Forest High School, Oscar Rodriguez-Villa, who is 17.
By the late afternoon, Rodriguez-Villa had been discharged from the medical facility where she had been staying. It was reported that Rock and Williams were in a bad condition, while Kirby’s status was rated as fair. According to Kirby’s aunt, four kids from Heritage High School had just finished attending an early morning scriptures study at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Wake Forest, and they were now on their way to school.
The driver of the third vehicle, which was also struck, did not sustain any injuries, according to the authorities. According to the Highway Patrol, the fact that Faith Rock did not yield to incoming traffic was a contributing cause in the collision that occurred. The prospective filing of criminal charges was the topic of discussion during the meeting between the state police and the prosecutors of Wake County.
On Monday, kids at both schools were informed by their instructors of the terrible car accident, and grief counselors were present at the campuses to provide support. Laura Munoz, a student at Heritage High, remarked that she had overheard a number of students sobbing outside of the classroom. “There wasn’t much noise in my quarters.” After the collision, the northbound lanes of Capital Boulevard were shut down for more than three hours and did not reopen until just before 10:30 in the morning.