Frostproof, FL. – On Tuesday night, a deadly crash killed the mother and critically injured the sister of an Erie Firefighter where he also died due to his injuries.
A 31-year old male, Jacquell Bradwell, crossed a median in his Ford Expedition and struck a car in the other lane killing the mother of the firefighter, 71-year old Kathryn McKenrick of Edinboro in the tragic accident on U.S 27. The driver of the Ford expedition, Bradwell, also died from the injuries he sustained.
The car that was hit was a Lincoln Towncar driven by Kathryn Mckendrick that was carrying her daughter Janice Servick, and her 44-year old son Steven Mckendrick, a 14-year-vetreran with the Erie Fire Department who were both critically injured. Steven Mckendrick succumbed to his injuries on Thursday, while his sister Janice Servick remains in critical condition.
They were reported to have been visiting their father who had just undergone a surgery and was in the process of recovering.
According to the passenger of the Ford Expedition, Angelica Hampton, Bradwell had swerved to avoid hitting an animal the ran onto the road. Angelica was reported to be in a stable condition.