St. Thomas Woman Dies In Solo Car Accident At Bottom of Maude Proudfoot Drive
CHARLOTTE AMALIE — A St. Thomas woman lost her life when she was a passenger in a car another person was driving and it crashed into a tree at the bottom of Maude Proudfoot Drive on Sunday.
Dolka Dookz Sido, 27, of Charlotte Amalie was a passenger in an older model Ford Explorer about 7 p.m. on Sunday when its driver lost control of it and it flipped on its side after hitting a tree, the Virgin Islands Police Department said.
“There was four occupants in the vehicle,” VIPD spokesman Glen Dratte said. “One female passenger died.”
The VIPD identified the dead woman as Sido.
The other three passengers sustained injuries and remain in stable condition at the Schneider Regional Medical Center, Dratte said.
He told the Virgin Islands Free Press this morning that police are still examining the accident scene and vehicle to determine the cause of the fatal crash.
“The vehicle was inspected by a certified mechanic and I have not gotten the report as yet,” Dratte told the V.I. Free Press.