11 year old ejected from car and killed in PSL

11 year old ejected from car and killed in PSL

Port St Lucie Police investigating fatal single vehicle roll-over crash on Southbend Boulevard.

Port St. Lucie Police went to the 3300 block of SE Southbend Boulevard to investigate a single vehicle roll-over car crash.

Preliminary investigation revealed that 43 year old Carl Ingraham  was traveling in a 1998 white Mercury Mountaineer. He was heading north on SE Southbend Boulevard.

Inside the car with Carl Ingraham was his wife, 37 year old Kelli Ingraham  (front seat), step son, 17 year old Thomas Voellm (back seat), and step son, 11 year old Jack Voellm (back seat).

  As the car traveled north, Ingraham hit a curb on the side of the road. This  caused him to lose control of the car sending the vehicle into a roll.  Jack was ejected during the roll of the car.

St. Lucie County Fire/Rescue arrived and pronounced Jack dead at the scene.  Carl Ingraham, Kelli Ingrahm, and Thomas Voellm were all transported to Lawnwood Regional Medical Center.  They are being treated for suspected non-life threatening injuries.

This is an ongoing investigation as the Port St. Lucie Police Traffic Homicide Investigators are continuing the investigation to determine the factors surrounding the crash.  At this time it is unknown if the occupants of the car where wearing seat belts.

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