11-year-old thrown from car, killed in Port St. Lucie
PORT ST. LUCIE (CBS12) —
Port St. Lucie Police are investigating a fatal roll-over crash where an 11-year-old boy was thrown from the car and killed.
Around 1:15 a.m. Carl Ingraham, 43, of Port St. Lucie was driving his family of four north on SE Southbend Blvd. In the car were Ingraham's wife Kelli, 37, and his two step sons Thomas Voellm, 17, and Jack Voellm, 11.
Port St. Lucie Police say the car hit a curb on the side of the road causing the driver Ingraham to lose control of the car and sent the car into a roll.
At this time, police believe 11-year-old Jack was ejected from the vehicle. He was pronounced dead on the scene.
Carl Ingraham, Kelli Ingraham and Thomas Voellm were taken to Lawnwood Regional Medical Center with non-life threatening injuries.
Port St. Lucie Traffic Homicide Investigators are trying to determine the factors surrounding the crash.
It is unknown if the family was wearing seat belts.