Brooke Peters Obituary, Death – An accident that took place in the wee hours of the morning in east Charlotte resulted in the deaths of two people.
On Thursday morning at 12:34, there was a collision that took place on East Independence Boulevard in the area of Briar Creek Road. This location is in close proximity to the Park Expo and Conference Center as well as the Bojangles Coliseum. Both of the automobiles described above were involved in the accident that occurred earlier. A third individual, in addition to the two people who were pronounced dead at the scene, was transported to the hospital with life-threatening injuries, according to reports from professionals in the medical field. After being thrown from a Lexus IS300, the two victims were discovered lying in the road, and unfortunately, both of them had already passed away as a result of the injuries they had.

According to the police, the driver of the Honda was injured as a result of a collision with a Lexus that took place while the Lexus was traveling east on Independence Boulevard at a rapid clip. The incident took place as the Lexus was going east on Independence Boulevard. Terryn Desravines, who was 23 years old, and Brooke Peters, who was 21 years old, have been identified as the people that passed away. Both of them were known to law enforcement officers. According to the report filed by the police, neither the driver nor the passenger in the vehicle was wearing a seatbelt at the time of the accident. According to the police, they are investigating whether or not the crash was caused by either excessive speed or alcohol as possible contributing factors.

Walter Craig, who asserts that he was there at the time of the incident, said that it was a particularly awful scene. In addition to that, he mentioned that he had attempted to be of assistance to one of the victims. As Craig mentioned, the first thing that came to mind for me was considering the various ways in which I could assist other people.
An investigation into what caused this collision is being carried out at the moment, and it will continue in the future. Calling Detective Kupfer at extension 1 of the 704-432-2169 number is strongly encouraged for anyone who saw the collision or who has information that could be helpful to this investigation. Crime Stoppers can be reached by members of the public who wish to remain anonymous while providing information by having them dial the number 704-334-1600.