Johnny Howieson Wiki – Johnny Howieson Biography
Johnny Howieson, 16, Tragically, a teenager lost his life on Easter Sunday morning when his automobile hit a tree.
A Honda station waggon ran off the road at about 2.35 in the morning, prompting police and emergency personnel to race to the scene on Lake Plains Rd, close to Langhorne Creek, 64 kilometers southeast of Adelaide. Johnny Howieson, a 16-year-old Strathalbyn resident who was the driver, passed away there. The adolescent, who was wearing L-plates, was recognized as a gifted student and accomplished athlete.
One of Johnny’s classmates at Eastern Fleurieu School expressed shock after learning of his passing and remembered him as “a nice bloke” who was “always down for a chat.” One of the smartest students in the class, the classmate told The Advertiser. Other pupils claimed that the community had been shocked by Johnny’s passing. One person remarked, “He was good in class and he would help with anything.”
Johnny Howieson was 16 years old.
Teenage boy, 16, dies after colliding with a tree
Keith Parkes, the mayor of Alexandrina Council, extended compassion to the teen’s family and friends. Mr. Parkes stated, “I can’t imagine the grief and sadness the family and friends must be experiencing.” It is always tragic to lose a young life. The boy’s death brings the total number of fatalities on South Australian roads this year to 43, up from 20 at this time last year. A tragic car accident involving a Mitsubishi Triton ute and a Ford Ranger pickup on Good Friday resulted in four fatalities and the hospitalization of one additional person.
At around 6:45 in the morning, reports of a collision in heavy rain on the Barton Highway close to Casuarina Lane in Jeir, about 30 kilometers southeast of Yass and midway between the ACT settlement of Hall and the NSW town of Murrumbateman, prompted police to be called. The Mitsubishi’s 52-year-old female driver and 54-year-old male front passenger were both pronounced dead at the scene, according to police. Shortly after the incident, three rescue helicopters and other emergency services from NSW and the ACT arrived. Paramedics provided on-site care to the Ford driver and the passenger who was trapped in the wreckage.
Sadly, both of them passed away at the site even though they were later removed from the car with NSW Fire and Rescue’s assistance.