Five Louisiana children from a Marskville church on their way to Disney World are among the seven dead in a fiery crash on Interstate 75 in north Florida on Thursday. Florida Highway Patrol Lt. Patrick Riordan says the five vehicle wreck started when a big rig and passenger car heading north collided
The five victims are
14-year-old Joel Cloud,
14-year-old Jeremiah Warren,
9 year old Cierra Boredelan, and
10-year-old Brieanna, and 13-year-old Cara Descant, who are related to the church’s pastor.
Seven other passengers are currently in serious condition.
45-year-old Amy Joffiron of Mansura,
30-year-old Ali Laborde of Marksville, 14-year-old Noah Joffrion of Mansura,
11-year-old Chelsea Laborde of Marksville,
9-year-old Trinity Woodward of Hessmer,
9-year-old Chance Bernard of Hessmer,
and 50-year-old Karen Descant, the church pastor’s wife.
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