Services Set for I-95 Crash Victim Samantha Belliveau
Arrangements have been announced for Samantha Belliveau, one of the victims of Thursday’s triple-fatal crash on Interstate 95 in Lawrence early Thursday morning.
A viewing for the 18-year-old from Hamilton will take place on Tuesday at St. Gregory the Great Roman Catholic Church in Hamilton from 3 p.m. – 9 p.m. Her funerall Mass takes place at the church on Wednesday.
A wake for victim Nicole Rodriguez, who was Belliveau’s best friend, was Sunday at the Buklad-Yardville Memorial Chapel in Yardville from 3 p.m. – 6 p.m.; burial will be private.
Arrangements for the third victim, Jonathan Rivas of Princeton, have not been announced.
Dozens of friends turned out on Friday night for a vigil at Steinert High School in Hamilton in honor of Belliveau, who graduated last June and Rodriguez. Belliveau was also a server at the Texas Roadhouse restaurant in Hamilton.
The three all died in Thursday night’s crash when State Police say Luis Delcid-Cardona,19, of Hamilton lost control of his car and slammed into the back of a parked tractor trailer.Delcid-Cardona, who is being held on $1million bail on charges of driving while intoxicated and death by auto had alcohol in his system at the time of the accident but State Police will not reveal the level.