3rd victim in deadly police chase crash dies
EVANSVILLE, IN (WFIE) - The third victim hurt when a police chase ended in a deadly crash in Evansville has died.
Vanderburgh County Coroner Steve Lockyear says 26-year-old Terence Barker, of Evansville, died Tuesday morning at St. Vincent Hospital from head injuries.
Lockyear says Barker's death will be ruled a homicide.
Barker was seriously hurt on November 29 when authorities say Fredrick McFarland crashed into the vehicle he was in at the end of a police chase. That crash killed 7-month-old Prince and his sister, 2-year-old Princess Carter.
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Janae Carter, the mother of Prince and Princess, was treated for a concussion and a broken nose.
McFarland is still in the hospital, recovering from injuries sustained in the crash.
Prior to Barker's death, court documents showed that McFarland was facing two counts of resisting law enforcement causing death and two counts of resisting law enforcement causing serious bodily injury.
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There's no word yet on any additional charges he could now be facing.
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