Brandon Kidd Obituary, Death – Brandon Worring, 26, of Twin Falls, who was driving a 2008 Subaru Impreza, went through the intersection against the signal when the light turned red. Ricky Muse, 44, of Twin Falls, collided with Worring’s Subaru after rolling into the intersection of 2nd Avenue South and Blue Lakes Blvd. Muse was driving a Ford pick-up truck produced in 2010 and travelling north when the collision occurred.
After Worring blew the red light at the crossroads, Muse’s pick-up truck collided with the passenger side of his Subaru, sending him careening into another lane of traffic. Worring’s vehicle drove ahead, over the kerb, into Kimberly Road, and crashed head-on with the front of a Shake Out burger business. Worring was pronounced deceased at the accident scene. It’s a good thing the Shake Out was shut down on Sunday, since more people might have been wounded.
Kimberly Road in Twin Falls was closed for more than four hours during the investigation into the collision. “The vehicle traveling through the intersection lost control and spun until it came to rest at the Shake Out,” said Twin Falls Police Department Lt. Terry Thueson. “The incident happened during Shake Out. Shake Out may be closed for an indefinite period of time due to repairs.
If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident caused by another driver’s irresponsibility, make sure to report the accident as quickly as possible. At The Idaho Advocates, we understand the stress that being in an accident can cause. Medical bills can quickly build up, you may need to take time off work to recover, and pushy insurance adjusters will begin asking for a statement regarding the accident you were in. Don’t be alarmed! The Advocates are there to assist you.