Kaleb Cantrell Obituary, Death – The life of Kaleb Cantrell has been taken. The accident that occurred early on Saturday morning on Interstate 30 is being investigated by the Fort Worth police department. According to the police, the two victims were then struck by automobiles that were passing by. Both were found to be deceased upon arrival at the scene. He is survived by one son, one daughter, and one child who is scheduled to arrive soon.
He is also survived by four sisters, Tosha Nichole Linaers (Eddie) of Blacksburg, SC; Tasjia Rachelle Cantrell-Duncan (Jacob) of Blacksburg, Carlee Elizabeth Ann Cantrell and Heather Marie Cantrell of Pinellas Park, Florida; Rea Roberson of Boiling Springs; four nephews, two nieces, and one great-nephew; his grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins.
The address of the family home near Boiling Springs, South Carolina is 3055 Old Furnace Rd.
During the investigation, several hours were spent with lanes of Interstate 30 going in the opposite direction closed. At this time, it does not appear like any charges will be brought, although the accident is still being looked into. A motorbike is claimed to have crashed into the rear of a car that was stopped in the westbound lanes or on the right shoulder of the highway near Alta Mere Drive just before 2:30 a.m., according to the investigators who looked into the incident. Alta Mere Drive is located in the area. The motorcyclist, who had been knocked off of his bike, was identified as one of the victims. The other person who was killed was a woman who was standing outside of the stalled automobile when she was hit.