Jalen Rhodes Obituary, Death – The identity of the man who passed away as a result of the collision that occurred on Thursday evening in Old Louisville and involved multiple vehicles has been made known to the general public. When the collision occurred, it was well into the evening.

Jalen Davis-Rhodes, who was 33 years old and from Louisville, was found to have died from injuries that were consistent with blunt force, according to the findings of the Jefferson County Coroner’s Office. Jalen Davis-Rhodes was found to have died from these injuries. According to the results of the investigation, the injuries that were sustained led to the victim’s death.

At around 10:40 o’clock on November 10 night, there was a collision at the intersection of W. Hill Street and Second Street. Both streets were involved in the incident. The information that was provided by the Louisville Metro Police Department indicates that Alvaro Manriqez, 23, of Rockhold, Kentucky, was operating a stolen Ford F-150 pickup truck when he ran a red light, collided with a Honda in which Davis-Rhodes was a passenger, and then fled the scene of the accident. Davis-Rhodes was pronounced dead at the scene of the collision. Davis-Rhodes was taken by ambulance to the hospital to receive treatment for her injuries, which posed a significant risk to her life. On Hill Street, located in the Hillview neighborhood, Manriqez was traveling at a speed that was dangerously high.

Davis-Rhodes was not able to survive the accident, and as a consequence, she passed away as a consequence of the injuries that she sustained as a result of the accident. The driver of the Honda was involved in an accident that resulted in injuries that are so severe that they are considered to be life-threatening.

Manriqez told the first responders that he had consumed “some ice” before their arrival at the scene of the incident. Manriqez’s statement was made when the first responders arrived at the scene of the incident.

There were a total of six different automobiles and trucks that were involved in the collision, making the total number of vehicles involved in the accident six. LMPD said no one else sustained serious injuries.