“They told me they took the body so that they could identify my son,” Jester’s mother, Rita, said.
Easley said Tuesday that no children were involved in the accident. He said Wednesday that there was no information available on the use of seat belts or regarding factors that could have contributed to the accident such as fog, wet pavement or the use of electronic devices.
“I don’t have any of that,” Easley said. “That’s why we investigate these things.”