Mary E.L. Provo (3787)



6/22/2007: Lisa M. Parker had no memory of the crash afterward, but a female suspect was stopped by a deputy for swerving into his lane. He discovered her suspended license. She took off, tires spinning, into a three-mile 85 MPH chase which ended with a high-speed impact into a utility pole. Her three children in the car died: Tyler J. Parker, Nathaniel J. Parker, and Mary E.L. Provo. http://www.watertowndailytimes.com/article/20080705/NEWS03/57571345/Mother+of+3+children+killed+in+car+crash+accepts+guilty+plea

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