Driver indicted in fatal wreck in Berea
BEREA, Ky. (WTVQ) – A driver involved in a crash that killed two Berea College students was indicted Wednesday.
Natasha Gross of Berea was indicted in Madison County District Court on two counts of murder.
According to investigators, Gross was under the influence when she struck a car being driven by Darryl Long-Foster on October 27, 2017 on Walnut Meadow Road and Highway 956. The two students killed, 23-year-old Dzhoana Ivanova and 21-year-old Enkhjin Enkhold, were in the car Long-Foster was driving.
Investigators say Gross was involved in two accidents that she fled from just prior to the one that claimed the lives of Ivanova and Enkhold.
Long-Foster is also accused of being under the influence at the time of the crash.
He is charged with two counts of manslaughter, assault and aggravated DUI.