DC Woman Killed in Head-On Crash Was Lyft Passenger
By Shomari Stone, Abby Vesoulis and Sophia Barnes
A woman killed in a crash over the weekend did nothing more than hail a ride home
The woman killed in a head-on crash in Southeast D.C. early Sunday was a passenger in a Lyft car, her family and the ride-hailing company say.
Talata Williams, of Southeast D.C., died after she was hurt in a crash about 12:30 a.m. Sunday on the 2400 block of Good Hope Road SE, D.C. police said Monday. She was 43.
The Lyft driver and someone driving a pickup truck were seriously injured. Police say the pickup truck driver was responsible for the crash.