UPDATE: 24 Year Old Killed in Car Accident

ROCKFORD (WIFR) -- A local 24-year old is dead after a roll-over accident on Rockford's west side.

It happened just after ten Friday night on Cedar street. Police say the driver, 24 year old Tiffanie Custer of Mt. Morris may have been under the influence when she veered off of the road and struck a tree. The victim's vehicle rolled several times before it stopped.

The autopsy on Custer found she died as a result of severe head injuries due to a motor vehicle collision.

Toxicological tests will be available in approximately two weeks.

This was a one car accident.


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  • by Anonymous on Nov 5, 2010 at 01:43 AM
    Tiffanie was a great person she would do anythang for u. i knew her very well Its sad she left her 2 year old behind but she well always know her mom loved her R I P tiffanie
  • by Anonymous on Nov 3, 2010 at 04:24 PM
    I only knew Tiffany shortly while my cousin was dating her. She was a very sweet girl and I was very sorry to hear that she was killed in a car accident. RIP
  • by Anonymous on Nov 1, 2010 at 05:23 PM
    To Addict, Obviously you did not read the story, if you did, you would see that it says she MAY have been under the influence!
  • by Addict on Oct 30, 2010 at 07:49 AM
    No where was it posted Tiffanie was drunk driving, anyone who has ever battled the beast of addiction or a loved one who has or is still battling should understand passing judgment is the last thing we as a human race need to fight this disease, to her family and friends, at least there is some peace in knowing she is no longer fighting that battle, RIP TIff and many blessings to her family during their healing process, especially her precious daughter who she loved very much.
  • by John Location: Winnebago on Oct 29, 2010 at 02:28 PM
    It is hard to imagine how rude people can be when they go unknown. At least have the decency to post your name when you write unneeded comments like these. You point the finger without knowing the facts, I hope you feel good about yourself. How many of you can say you have never driven after even a single drink... This is unbelievable that anonymity gives you the right to say these things. Condemnation at this point is senseless and hateful, grow up. IF you really want to do something volunteer your time at youth center, homeless shelter, or your local church. There are much better ways of dealing with your own loss then condemn someone you have never met. Tiffanie will be missed by all those who knew and loved her, and little Ryplee grow up without knowing her mother. My thoughts and prayers go out to the family, as well as all those "haters", may GOD richly bless all of you.
  • by anon on Oct 27, 2010 at 06:59 PM
    I pray that none of you 'she deserved it' people never have a loved one that dies similarly. God forbid ANYONE have to endure those types of comments. I pray that her husband and parents never have to read the hate that you spread. Intoxicated or not, it is a blessing nobody else was hurt, but she has left behind a wonderful husband, a beautiful daughter, and an amazing family. We can all agree that drinking and driving isn't right, but her family does not need to be constantly reminded. Please think of her family before you post a hurtful comment about someone you dont know. Show some human descency and compassion!
  • by Mary Location: Rockford on Oct 27, 2010 at 10:10 AM
    I have to agree that at a time like this it is best to keep your own anger to yourself. Drinking and driving is not right, but her family doesn't need nor want your horror stories added to the pain they already feel. Those of you who didn't know her can judge her, just keep it to yourself. Do remember that God is the one true judge, NOT YOU! Satan had a hold on her so tight that she could run, but never get free, no matter how hard she tried. Maybe you should ask questions first before assuming she is no good, deserved what happened, and all the other hateful things you have to say. She has left behind a family that relied on her, loved her, and will stand behind her. So keep the hate to yourself, show God that as a decent human you can live his word and be better for it. To her friends and family she will be missed, but she has finally won over Satan and his evil he inflicted onto her.
  • by Marina Location: Rockford on Oct 27, 2010 at 03:08 AM
    I did not know this young lady but, I feel for her family. I will keep them in my thoughts and prayers at this very difficult time.
  • by Still hurt on Oct 26, 2010 at 09:06 AM
    I had a good friend killed by a drunk driver a couple of months ago. 20 yrs old with his whole life ahead of him....taken away by a drunk person. I have no pity for drunk drivers. NONE!!!! It is a sad situation...and I do feel bad for her family, but if she was indeed drinking and driving, then there is no one to blame but her. Terrible accidents happen often but some can be prevented if you DON'T drink and drive. My prayers are with her family. May she RIP.
  • by Alisha Location: Dixon on Oct 26, 2010 at 06:53 AM
    For those who knew Tiff we knew she was an amazing young lady!! I couldnt agree more with Tressie. This is a very difficult time for family and friends and for those of you who have nothing nice to say you need to not say anything at all. As for me i just wanted to say how much of an amazing women Tiff was. You could of never found another like her. My thoughts and prayers go out to ALL Family and Friends!! RIP Tiff...... WE LOVE YOU SO MUCH AND WILL GREATLY MISS YOU!!
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