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Berea College Student Dies From Injuries Sustained In Crash, Woman Arrested

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(LEX 18) A second Berea College student injured in a crash on October 27 has died from her injuries.

The Fayette County coroner says that 21-year-old Enkhjin Enkhbold died Wednesday from multiple blunt force injuries. 

The crash happened on Walnut Meadow Road. Police say 23-year-old Dzhoana Ivanova died in the crash.  Berea Police also said that 37-year-old Natasha Gross, of Berea, was arrested as a result of the investigation. She is charged with Manslaughter 2nd Degree (2 Counts), Operating on a Suspended or Revoked Operators License, Criminal Mischief 2nd Degree, Wanton Endangerment 1st Degree.

Police say she was in a Chevy Avalanche that had been spotted driving recklessly on Main Street earlier that night and had been involved in collisions on Big Hill Road and White Hall Drive. According to her arrest citation, she attempted to pass another vehicle in an emergency lane and slammed into a Grand Prix driven by Darryl Long Foster.

The victims were passengers in the car driven by Foster. Foster was charged with DUI but was not charged in the death of his friends. Police believe that Gross was intoxicated but charges related to that have not yet been filed in the case.

Gross also struck a mailbox which hit a pedestrian on the scene.

The following email was sent out to students:

Dear Bereans,

I have the sad task of sharing with you that earlier today our beloved Enkhjin Enkhbold passed away.  Her family and some close friends had journeyed to be present with her at the time of her passing.  Eny’s departure leaves an awful void in this community, one that words cannot fill.  Nor can the sorrow we share be assuaged, although sharing it with one another makes that burden a little more bearable.

The family is following the Buddhist traditions and practices surrounding death and loss.  The family also desires to allow Eny’s friends to be allowed to pay their respects and are working with the CCC to arrange for a visitation.  This will likely occur late in the day on Friday at an off campus location in Berea.  More information will be provided when the arrangements are complete.

Please be assured that on behalf of all of you as a caring community we, the staffs of the Campus Christian Center and the Center for International Education and the Administration, have been working to offer every possible support to the family and friends of Eny in this very difficult time.  We will continue to do so for them, and for all others connected with the tragic accidents of last week.

In great sadness,

Lyle Roelofs, President

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