Troopers deployed spike strips at LA 316 and Company Canal Road, but the driver avoided them and continued southbound.
He was not wearing a seat belt, is suspected of being impaired, and was operating his vehicle the wrong way on the road.
A breath test indicated Williams was over the legal limit for alcohol. Williams was wearing a seat belt and was not injured. Williams was charged with vehicular homicide as well as improper lane usage and was booked into the Terrebonne Parish Correctional Center.
In 2015, 64 percent of motorists who died in crashes investigated by Troop D were killed by an impaired driver.
Olivier was booked into the Iberia Parish Jail on multiple charges, including unauthorized use of the stolen fire truck and driving while intoxicated.
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Cook had two passengers inside his vehicle, 56-year-old Craig Uggen and 20-year-old Kriss Uggen, both of Thibodaux, LA.
At the time of the crash, Govan was determined to be impaired. Govan was arrested and charged with vehicular homicide, vehicular negligent injury, improper lane usage and failure to move over for emergency vehicle on the shoulder.