Family Uses DNA to Identify Loved One as Last Victim of Fatal Windsor Hills Crash

Housemates, we continue to prayerfully lift those affected by the tragic Windsor Hills crash. As previously reported, the incident left six dead and eight others injured. Now the last deceased victim has been identified by family members using DNA.

CBS LA reports that the latest victim of the fatal crash has been identified as 42-year-old Nations Sha Lewis. At a press conference, her family said she was initially identified as a Jane Doe because the aftermath of the crash made it difficult to identify her body. After the fatal crash, DNA had to be used to confirm the identity.

Her sister Jasmond Nelson said:

“My sister has children who grieve, who don’t know. It’s just so tragic. It’s kind of incredible to even have this conversation here. My family is broken, we mourn.”

Nationsha was in the car with her friend, 38-year-old Lynette Noble, on her way to the mall when the crash caused by Nicole Linton happened. Unfortunately, Nationsha and Lynette were two of the victims who died in the crash.

Jasmond went on to say, “My only sister was the only sister who couldn’t be identified like everyone else. That’s why we’re here so late. My sister was a Jane Doe because of the actions Nicole Linton took. And we only want for our sister.”

As earlier reported, Nicole Linton was charged with six counts of murder and five counts of gross vehicular manslaughter. If convicted, she faces up to 90 years in prison. The Los Angeles District Attorney says she had no alcohol in her body at the time of the crash, contrary to previous reports.

Linton was speeding in her Mercedes when the crash happened. Among the others killed were 23-year-old Asherey Ryan, her 11-month-old son Alonzo, her boyfriend Reynold Lester and their unborn son.

We will keep you updated as this story continues.

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