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June 26 11:27 AM

Bossier City Police Respond to Fatal Crash on Airline Drive Monday Afternoon


On June 25, 2018 at 1:49 pm, Bossier City Police Officers were dispatched to a two-vehicle crash that claimed the life of a passenger.

Police determined that 53-year-old David Sigle of Mooringsport, LA was driving a red Ford Focus northbound in the turning lane on Airline Drive towards I-220 westbound.

According to witnesses, Sigle ran a red light and was struck by an oncoming white Lincoln Aviator that was southbound on Airline Drive.

The front seat passenger of the Ford Focus, 73-year-old Kathryn Johnson of Mooringsport, LA, was pronounced deceased on the scene.

Sigle was cited for disregarding the traffic control signal. No impairment is suspected in the crash.

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