Man faces charges in former UofL cheerleader’s vehicular death

Thirty-four-year-old Bradley Allen Caraway has been arrested and is facing charges of leaving the scene of an accident in relation to a single-vehicular crash that claimed the life of 25-year-old former University of Louisville in Kentucky cheerleader Shanae Moorman on Saturday, August 6 at around 3 a.m. along Interstate 64-East at the southbound lanes of the Gene Snyder Freeway.

In a statement, UofL’s Spirit team coach Todd Sharp celebrated Moorman’s life, saying: “A true fighter, she had battled cystic fibrosis her entire life. Despite the odds and being told it wasn’t possible, Shanae went on to become a national champion cheerleader here at the University of Louisville and in the process, she inspired and gave hope to many children and parents that faced life with cystic fibrosis.”

We believe, at Wilson & McQueen, PLLC, that a negligent driver deserves justice when they cause injuries, damage, or loss of life. Our thoughts go out to the victim and her loved ones.