Metairie Man's Death is Pronounced After Thursday Crash

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Michael J. Glaser

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Kenner, LA 70062

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 Office:    (504) 712-2252

 Date:      2/2/2015 

Metairie manís death is pronounced after Thursday crash

 Kenner - A Metairie man involved in a traffic crash on Thursday, January 29, 2015, in Kenner was pronounced dead this morning (February 2, 2015 at 7:39 a.m.), at the L.S. U. Interim Hospital, in New Orleans. 

 On Thursday, January 29, 2015, at 11:15 a.m., the Kenner Police Department Communications Section received multiple telephone calls reporting a vehicle crash with injury at 38th Street & Williams Boulevard in Kenner.  Upon officers arrival they met with witnesses who advised that a 1996 Honda Civic driven by Pedro Dominguez, 59, of Metairie was traveling westbound on 38th Street.  As the Honda Civic crossed Williams Boulevard, the vehicle driven by Dominguez did not stop in the median cross over, and drove into the path of a southbound 2005 GMC, model C7500 box truck.  Dominguez who was injured in the crash was transported to the L.S. U. Interim Hospital in New Orleans, where he was found to have sustained head trauma which caused a slight bleed to the brain, fractured ribs, and fluid was removed from his right lung.  Dominguez was removed from a ventilator this morning (Monday, February 02, 2015) and his death was pronounced.   At the time of the crash, Dominguez was operating a motor vehicle without a driverís license and insurance. 

 The driver of the 2005 GMC C7500 truck, Armaud Stirgus, 25, of LaPlace was issued a traffic citation for Improper Class Driverís License (Class D required for commercial vehicles in excess of 10, 000 pounds).   The 2005 GMC C7500 truck was owned by Larry R. Pack Enterprises Inc., of LaPlace. 

 Kenner Police Chief Michael J. Glaser urges anyone who may have witnessed this crash to call Kenner Police Traffic Investigator William Bagert (504) 712-2371 or the Kenner Police Department (504) 712-2222.  Individuals can  also contact Crimestoppers at (504) 822-111 or submit crime tips through the Kenner Police Departmentís Mobile App, which is a FREE download for Apple or Android available through your devise app store by searching for the Kenner Police Department.   The Kenner Police Department now maintains a Facebook page and Twitter account. 



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