The woman who was involved in the car accident that led to the deaths of three football players, Khyree Jackson, 24, Anthony Lytton, Jr., 24 and Isaiah Hazel, 23. The lady has been identified as Cori Clingman who took the life of famous athlete Khyree Jackson.

Prince George's County was the location of the fatal incident, and the Maryland State Police have confirmed that they have begun an investigation into the matter. Every single one of the three victims was a passenger in a maroon Dodge Charger that was involved in the collision.

One of the drivers was Hazel. Lytton was seated in the back seat of the vehicle, while Jackson was a passenger in the front seat, according to the statement released by the State Police department.

Cori Clingman, who was the only person in the vehicle. While she was driving on Route 4/Pennsylvania Avenue in Prince George's County, she was traveling in the direction of the northbound direction.

Clingman, 23, is believed to have been attempting to change lanes while driving at a high rate of speed when she collided with the Dodge Charger and then the Chevrolet Impala, according to the investigators.

After that, the Charger went off the right side of the road and collided with a number of tree stumps at the location where it came to a stop, according to the statement that was released further.

When the accident occurred, Clingman was traveling in her Infinity with two other people in the vehicle. Nobody was hurt while they were in her vehicle.

Jackson shared photos on his Instagram before his death

Jackson posted pictures of himself on Instagram wearing Vikings gear, taking mirror selfies, and sharing vacation photos the day before he passed away.

Kwesi Adofo-Mensah said, "I am heartbroken by the loss of Khyree. As we got to know him throughout the pre-draft process, it was clear the goals Khyree wanted to accomplish both professionally and personally. His story was one of resilience. He was taking steps to become the best version of himself not just for him, but for those who cared about and looked up to him."