TWENTYNINE PALMS MARINE, PALM DESERT WOMAN, FATAL CRASH VICTIMS

TWENTYNINE PALMS MARINE, PALM DESERT WOMAN, FATAL CRASH VICTIMS

The County Coroner has identified two women, one from Palm Desert and the other a Marine from the Twentynine Palms Marine Base, who were killed Sunday night in a head-on collision on Highway 62. Niccole Holly, 31, and Amelia Miller, 23, were pronounced dead at the scene of the 10 p.m. crash; neither vehicle had passengers. Witnesses said Miller, a Marine lance corporal assigned to G-4 Logistics at Headquarters Battalion, was speeding and driving recklessly as she headed east in a 2009 Ford. She crossed over the center line at North Star Trail in Morongo Valley and collided head-on with Holly, a massage therapist, who was driving west in a 2004 Dodge, according to the California Highway Patrol.

2 comments to TWENTYNINE PALMS MARINE, PALM DESERT WOMAN, FATAL CRASH VICTIMS

  • Valerie Hopkins

    Our military personnel need to be held accountable for their actions that ruin civilian’s lives. I was involved in a hit & run in which an Army soldier broke my back, and yet he hasn’t even received a slap on the wrist. I called his command post, and they told me it was a civil matter. The truth of the matter is that they don’t care! This woman who was hit by the marine was another innocent victim, and as tragic as this accident was, I can guarantee that there will be more, because while this marine died due to her careless, selfish actions, there are hundreds more who will not learn from this.

  • Sam

    Isn’t it great to have the Marines protecting their right to kill us on the road? Wow! That is real freedom, to be taken out by a real American war hero acting like a narcissistic jerk. Let’s make the Base larger and give the Marines more influence in our community. They haven’t done nearly enough damage. You know they have lots of mayhem stored up, after all, the US Marine Corps was founded in a bar. Look how they destroyed Iraq. They can do the same for us, one citizen at a time.

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