Ann Browne Dead

April 24, 2011 by staff 

Ann Browne Dead, Hope Ann Browne, 54, a native of Elyria and sister of LSU head football coach Les Miles, died Friday in a car accident near Baton Rouge, reports the Associated Press.

Addis Assistant Police Chief David Jones, said Browne, who lived in Zachary, Louisiana, was driving his Nissan Sentra 2007 in Sugar Mill plantation Parkway around 12:30 pm when she tried to merge from the branch in lane 1 southern Louisiana, according to reports from several news organizations in Louisiana.

His vehicle was beaten in the driver’s side and West Baton Rouge Parish coroner Yancy Guerin said Browne was declared dead at the scene. Police said two adults and four children in the truck were not injured, wire reports said.

Browne worked for a security company in the residential system and has been meeting with a client in the subdivision immediately before the accident, according to press reports.

Miles graduated from Elyria High School in , however information was not available yesterday Browne.

LSU sports information director Michael Bonnette said the university-declined comment. Les Miles has made no statement after the death of his sister. However, his wife said he is concerned about the children of Browne. Two sons, and 22 survives Browne

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