Who was Eli Cramer? Bio, Wiki, Murder, Police Report

Eli Cramer
Eli Cramer

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Eli Cramer was a sophomore business administration major at Milligan. In his two years with the Buffaloes, he already had accomplished much. In addition to being the third finisher on the 2021 national championship cross country team, he was a two-time All-American and two-time All-AAC for cross country.

AGE:

Eli Cramer was 29 years old.

DETAIL OF INCIDENCE:

Eli Cramer was Milligan University track and field runner who was killed by an accused drunk driver in Virginia. He was remembered as a “man of God” with infectious energy and athletic talents. Jose Efrain Hernandez Mancia is the drunken driver accused of running into members of Milligan University’s men’s track and field team in Virginia, killing one of them. Milligan University is in Tennessee.

Sophomore Eli Cramer succumbed to his injuries. Seniors Alex Mortimer (Lexington, KY) and Eli Baldy (Knoxville, TN) also were injured. Mortimer sustained life-threatening injuries and underwent surgery Thursday night for multiple fractures. He is in stable condition. Baldy was treated and released,” the university wrote in its statement. “One additional member of the team and a coach also were on the scene but were uninjured.

“We are incredibly shocked and saddened to share that members of our men’s cross country/track & field team were in an accident involving a vehicle this evening while running near Williamsburg, VA. Sophomore Eli Cramer succumbed to his injuries. Seniors Alex Mortimer and Eli Baldy also were injured. Mortimer currently is undergoing treatment. Baldy was treated and released,

“We covet your prayers during this difficult time, especially for the Cramer family.”
He was booked into jail on charges of UI, first offense; DUI – involuntary manslaughter; felony hit-and-run; reckless driving; DUI maiming; and refusal – DUI.

“Mancia was found to be intoxicated and was placed under arrest for DUI,” Mancia is accused of striking the runners while they ran along Williamsburg Pottery Road near the Lightfoot Road intersection at around 6 p.m. He was driving a Toyota Scion.
Riverdale High School track and field coach, Rickey Field, told the station: “As a person, he always had a smile on his face. Very charismatic, very funny, and he just grew on you as a person.”The university also posted an update on the other runner injured, writing, “We have received word that Senior Alex Mortimer has been released from the hospital in Virginia and is heading home to continue his recovery in Johnson City. We are greatly relieved by this news and are deeply appreciative of the countless prayers and kind actions shown during this time.”