Andrea Moore Wiki
Andrea Moore Biography
Andrea Moore was the sister of prominent Grand Canyon player Oscar Frayer, who was reportedly killed in a car accident with Moore in Northern California early Tuesday morning, just three days after appearing in his first NCAA tournament with the Antelopes. according to a statement from the University.
Frayer’s older sister, Andrea Moore, and a third person in her vehicle were also killed in the accident, the school confirmed 3 hours ago.
How old was Andrea Moore?
Andrea Moore’s age has yet to be revealed to the public.
Oscar Frayer accident
Frayer’s older sister, Andrea Moore, and a third person in her vehicle were also killed in the crash near Lodi, California, the school confirmed Thursday.
Local authorities said a California Highway Patrol vehicle was struck from behind by the car Frayer was in when two officers were assisting a stranded vehicle on a highway near Lodi around 2:30 a.m. Tuesday. Frayer, along with two other passengers, were traveling on I-5 SB south of Walnut Grove Rd. When he collided with the patrol car that was on the side of the road assisting a damaged trailer truck.
Oscar Frayer Sister
Frayer’s vehicle collided with a tree and burst into flames. The three passengers were pronounced dead at the scene.
The third person who died in the accident has yet to be identified by the San Joaquin County Coroner’s Office. The officers were taken to a local hospital with “serious injuries” after their vehicle was sent to a dirt embankment in the accident, according to the California Highway Patrol.
Both are expected to survive.
Oscar Frayer’s Girlfriend
The third victim is believed to be Frayer’s girlfriend.
Oscar Frayer Obituary
“We love O,” Grand Canyon coach Bryce Drew said in a press release reported by CBS Sports. “He was the heart of our team with his vibrant and energetic personality. I cannot put into words the pain and sadness that we all feel, but we know that he is in heaven and that gives us great joy to know that we will be together again. ”
“On the court, Oscar was known as the ‘High Flyer’ and will be remembered for his dunks, tenacious defense and game-changing blocked shots,” read a statement from the University, according to the official GCU website.
Oscar Frayer Family
The Oakland, California native graduated with a degree in Communications and was ready to walk into graduation from GCU in April. Frayer was raised by his mother after his father died in a car accident when Frayer was 7 years old. His Twitter bio reads: “Rest In Peace Daddy.”