The Louisiana State Police reported that a 16-year-old boy from Slidell was killed late Friday (Nov. 11) when he collided with the back of an 18-wheeler on Interstate 12 in St. Tammany Parish. Let’s see what happened to him and what was Christian Tullis cause of death in this article.
What happened to Christian Tullis?
Following a collision with an 18-wheeler on Interstate 12, 16-year-old Christian Tullis was killed, according to Louisiana State Police.
Christian Tullis was the teen driver, according to authorities. Just before 11 p.m., they claimed, Tullis was travelling westbound on I-12 close to Louisiana Highway 434 when he collided his 2010 Nissan Titan pickup truck with a 2021 Freightliner 18-wheeler moving in the same direction.
How did he die?
Tullis was properly buckled up in his seatbelt, according to state police, but he still suffered fatal injuries and was declared dead at the scene of the collision.
According to online accounts, he perished in a terrible auto accident. Many people are interested in learning how Christian Tullis ended, especially relatives and fans. All we currently know about Christian Tullis is that he was involved in a terrible car accident and was later declared dead.
However, it appears that little can be said at this time until the family issues a formal statement regarding the situation. As usual, once this news is verified, we will look into it and update you.
Christian Tullis cause of death
According to the LSP, the 18-wheeler’s driver was not hurt and was not thought to be intoxicated. A chemical breath test that the trucker voluntarily submitted to at the scene revealed no alcohol had been found.
The cause of the crash is still being looked into, according to police, who also stated that a toxicology sample was taken from Tullis for analysis.
Who was Christian Tullis?
Christian Tullis, a junior at Pope John Paul II and the son of PJP Volleyball Head Coach Danny Tullis, passed away last night in St. Tammany Parish while travelling back from the Cajundome.
Today at 11:30am, PJP will compete in the D4 State Championship.
Avery Natal, the 19-year-old sister of PJP Senior setter Peyton Natal, who tragically passed away in a vehicle accident this past April, will be remembered this season, Coach Tullis and Christian’s sister Ali, a senior setter, said after the team’s semifinal victory yesterday.
Tribute to Christian Tullis
Joan Bailey said,
Such terrible news for the Slidell/Lourdes community. Prayers for the Tullis/Calamari family.
Regina Morris Wash said,
I’m praying for you, for your staff, for the entire community and family of that sweet angel. Sending you love. We will add you to my classes list of intentions.
Christian Mitchell Rossignoll said,
As heartbreaking as it is, PJP community are extremely close and their love and faith will be with Coach Danny and his family as will mine.
Jennifer Bates said,
My sincere condolences to the family of Christian Tullis. May he rest in eternal peace and God gives his loved ones comfort during this time of grief and mourning. R.I.P Christian Tullis ❤🙏🏻
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