Lisa "Lefteye" Lopes
In a sadly eerie twist, “Left Eye” Lopes, who was killed in a car crash in Honduras, was riding in a van that fatally struck a 10-year-old Honduran boy weeks before her own death. The accident claimed the life of Bayron Isaul Fuentes Lopez.
Lopes was a passenger in a Mitsubishi driven by her personal assistant near the Reyes Caballero neighborhood on when the boy suddenly stepped off the median. The TLC singer paid $3,700 for the child’s medical care and funeral, and also gave the boy’s family $925.
Final Resting Place:
Hillandale Memorial Gardens
6201 Hillandale Drive
Lithonia, Georgia, 30058
Grave Location:Garden J, Space 38
Grave Location Description
As you enter the cemetery, park at the entrance to the mausoleum. Walk around and towards the lake and Lopes’ grave can be found 50 feet above the lake shore.
Grave Location GPS33.704846, -84.138043
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