More About the Woman Involved in Saturday’s Deadly Crash at Reserve & Mullan
Over the weekend, we reported about the deadly accident that happened near, what many refer to as "the deadliest intersection in Montana," that left one woman dead.
The 24-year-old woman and 25-year-old male driver were reportedly driving north on Reserve Street bridge toward Mullan on Saturday (February 21) morning when their car crossed the center line and was struck by a pick up driven by a 57-year-old male driver.
Kelita Gonzalez Strope was pronounced dead upon arrival at the hospital, the two males were transported to the hospital with non life threatening injuries.
Friends of Kelita's have reached out to us say that she was the fiancé of Jonathan Gonzalez, an employee of Direct TV, originally from Chicago and a huge fan of the Chicago Bears.
A GoFund me account has been set up for Kelita's funeral, where the latest update states:
This is truly a testament to how much Kelita and Jonathan have touched so many lives. $780 has been raised since this morning to help with Kelita's funeral costs. Thank you all so much for your support to their families!