High schooler’s death could lead to changes for busy Roanoke road
ROANOKE, Va. – A stretch of road that took the life of a high school senior could soon see some big improvements. In May, Lord Botetourt High School student Kenzie Beyers died after she was hit by a car on Brandon Avenue in Roanoke. Kenzie Beyers (Beyers family)“You never know what it’s like to lose a child. Roanoke wants to improve safety on Brandon Avenue between Colonial Avenue and Main Street. The city wants your opinion about the improvements.
Lord Botetourt High School senior dies after car crash
BOTETOURT COUNTY, Va. – The Lord Botetourt High School community is mourning one of their own. Mackenzie Beyers, 18, died on Tuesday due to injuries she received when she was hit by a car on May 15 on Brandon Avenue in Roanoke. Principal Andy Dewease sent this statement to 10 News:
Two women taken to hospital after pedestrian crash in Roanoke
Published: May 15, 2020, 9:22 pm Updated: May 16, 2020, 12:41 amROANOKE, Va. A crash in Roanoke sent two pedestrians to a hospital on Friday night, according to Roanoke city police. Two women were hit on Brandon Avenue down the street from Towers Shopping Center just after 7 p.m. Authorities on scene told 10 News that the drivers involved were cooperating with police. Police said there were two vehicles involved, but authorities are still working to determine exactly what happened. A neighbor told 10 News that the women live along Brandon Ave.