A single car crash in Huntington Beach left a man and woman dead.
Two people died in a fatal collision that took place at about 5:20 a.m. this morning. The collision took place at Ellis Avenue and Main Street. Investigators believe that the driver, driving a Honda sedan, was traveling westbound on Ellis Avenue at a high rate of speed. The driver failed to successfully execute a turn onto Main Street.
The Civic slammed into a tree. The force of the impact split the Civic into at least two pieces. There were no survivors. Both victims were pronounced dead at the scene of the accident. Pieces of the vehicle were scattered up to 60 feet from the tree.
The cause of the crash is still under investigation. Investigators believe that speed may be a factor. The high speed may have made it difficult for the driver to maintain control during the turn. It is unclear whether drugs or alcohol may have been a factor in the crash. A Sig Alert was issued while crews worked on cleaning the crash. Traffic was routed away from the area during the investigation of the accident.
Victims have been identified. The identities of the victims have not been released, pending family notification.
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A solo car crash in San Clemente killed four people and seriously injured one person early Saturday.
The violent crash took place at around 1:30 a.m. Saturday on South El Camino Real. The vehicle was a white late model BMW. Investigators say that the BMW was headed south when it struck a light pole and a palm tree. The vehicle split in half and four people were ejected from the vehicle.
There were four deceased victims. These victims have been identified as 25-year-old Pablo Vargas Diaz, 26-year-old Martin Junior Nieto, 27-year-old Lucia Garcia Solis, and Louis Silva. All of the victims were residents of South Orange County. All of the victims grew up together. They were a close group of friends.
There was only one survivor. She was the front-seat passenger. The survivor was identified as 24 year old Josephine Garcia. She was airlifted to a local trauma center for treatment. Garcia is in serious condition but expected to survive.
Investigators believe that the driver and passengers may have been drinking. Speed may have also played a role in the accident. The main cause of the crash is still under investigation. Investigators have not confirmed whether alcohol was a factor.
Two off duty Long Beach firefighter-paramedics happened to be nearby. These firefighter-paramedics helped the victims before the authorities arrived. Orange County Fire Authority paramedics arrived at the scene to help the victims.
Two tow trucks were needed to clear the wreckage. South El Camino Real was closed between the 5 freeway and Avenida Barcelona. The El Camino Real off ramp from the 5 southbound was closed as well. All roads were reopened around noon on Saturday.
Mourners have made a make shift memorial at the scene of the car crash. The victims were close friends. Relatives and friends of the victims have been visiting the makeshift memorial. The victims will be fondly remembered by all that survived them.
This crash was the first quadruple fatal accident since the 1960s. The Sheriff’s department began policing the area during this time.
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A fatal accident killed a 25 year old and 7 year old passenger.
The driver was a 41 year old woman. She was heading east on the 91 early Monday at around 12:40 a.m. The driver was arguing with a passenger, her boyfriend. At around Harbor Boulevard, the passenger, 25 year old Mario Lopez Alaniz, grabbed the steering wheel. The driver lost control of the vehicle.
The vehicle, a 2003 Isuzu, veered across eastbound lanes. It came to a stop when it drove into an embankment and hit a tree.
The driver sustained minor injuries. Lopez Alaniz was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident. A second passenger, a 7 year old boy, was taken to UCI Medical Center in Orange. He later died from his injuries. The boy has been identified as Angel Granados.
California Highway Patrol is investigating the crash. Officers will investigate whether alcohol was involved in the accident.
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A fatal collision left one dead and three seriously injured.
The collision took place at around 1:40 a.m. early Saturday on West McFadden Avenue near South Mohawk Drive. A driver driving the wrong way crashed head on into a pickup truck stopped at a red light. The wrong way driver was driving a Nissan Sentra. He died in the accident. Three other individuals were injured in the accident.
Evidence suggests that the Nissan was traveling at high speeds going westbound on McFadden Avenue. There were two male passengers in the Nissan. The driver drifted into the eastbound lanes. The car collided head on into a dark blue Chevy Silverado.
Orange County Fire Authority firefighters had to extricate all the occupants out of the Nissan. None of the occupants were wearing seatbelts at the time of the accident. The Nissan driver died at the scene of the accident. His front passenger was taken to Western medical Center. This passenger initially had critical injuries but is now conscious and coherent. The rear passenger was taken to UCI medical center in critical condition. The pickup truck driver was a 48 year old woman. She was taken to UCI Medical Center in serious condition.
The exact cause of the accident is under investigation, but alcohol may have contributed to the accident. Police found open containers of alcohol in the Nissan Sentra. He has been identified as 30 year old Andres Lopez. The other names of the victims have not been released.
This unfortunate accident seriously injured all the people involved. These victims may have a long and difficult recovery. They may have to go through extensive physical therapy and excruciating pain. The recovery process can also be quite expensive. Insurance companies can help to cover some of these costs, but a Santa Ana car accident lawyer can help you seek maximum damages for your losses.
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A single vehicle crash on Laguna Canyon Road killed two men and injured two others.
The accident took place last Thursday afternoon on the Laguna Canyon Road off ramp from southbound 73. It was closed for 12 hours after the crash. At around 5:40 p.m., a 53 year old man was driving a Ford F650 struck a guardrail on the west edge of the off-ramp. The vehicle overturned and landed on its right passenger side.
There were three passengers in the vehicle. A 42 year old Santa Ana man and 38 year old Stanton man were seated on the right side of the truck. They were both killed in the accident. A third passenger, a 39 year old Santa Ana man, was seated in the left rear area of the truck. He sustained major injuries. The driver also sustained major injuries. The two survivors were taken to Mission Hospital for treatment. Current status of the survivors is not known. Everyone in the vehicle was wearing seatbelts.
One of the victims was identified as Esteban Dimas Alonzo. The other individuals in the car have not been identified. No other individuals were injured in the crash. The off ramp was closed for about 12 hours after the crash. It was later opened at 5 a.m. Friday morning. No arrests have been made. There is an ongoing investigation into the crash.
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A possible drunken driver died in a police pursuit crash.
The collision took place after 2 a.m. early Wednesday. A taxi driver was driving an alleged intoxicated passenger. He was dropping of the passenger near Wilshire Avenue and Harbor Boulevard. The passenger got out of the vehicle, and he went to the driver’s side and attacked the driver. The passenger then got into a silver Scion and sped off.
The taxi driver called the police to report the altercation. He followed the Scion driver until officers arrived. Officers attempted to stop the vehicle, but it sped away. The officers engaged in a pursuit that lasted about a minute. About a mile away, the driver lost control. He attempted to make a turn at Ameridge and Roosevelt. He struck a palm tree, a parked car, and a house. The suspect was pronounced at the scene. No one was injured in the accident. The house did sustain some minor damage.
Police were on the scene for at least 5 hours after the accident. Emergency medical professionals tried to resuscitate him, but he did not recover. Thankfully, no other individuals were injured in this accident.
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A four vehicle car accident on Coast Highway killed two people and hospitalized three more.
The accident took place on Sunday afternoon along the Capistrano Beach stretch of Coast Highway between Beach Road and Camino Capistrano. It was reported at 1:21p.m. There were four cars involved in the accident: a Volkswagen Jetta, Mini Cooper, Honda Civic, and a passenger van.
Investigators believe that the Volkswagen and the Mini Cooper were heading northbound on Coast Highway. The van and the Honda were heading southbound. Investigators believe the Volkswagen may have tried to pass the Mini Cooper, which may have contributed to the collision. A student driver was driving the Mini Cooper.
The Volkswagen Jetta was split in half in the accident. Pieces of the Jetta were strewn across the pavement. This vehicle sustained the worst damage in the accident. Its occupants, a 43 year-old man and a 32 year-old woman died in the accident. Paramedics reported to the scene and found both victims dead. The two victims were a couple. There were no other victims in the car. The two victims are survived by a 10 month old daughter who was with her grandmother at the time of the accident. Names of these victims have not been released.
The van flipped on its side, leaving a 50 year-old woman and a 49 year-old man. One 53 year-old woman in the Civic was injured. The student driver, a 15 year-old boy, and instructor were not seriously injured in the accident. All survivors sustained moderate and non-threatening injuries. Survivors were treated at Mission Hospital in Mission Viejo. The student driver and instructor were treated by paramedics at the scene for mild injuries.
Coast Highway was closed between Camino Capistrano and Palisades Drive so that investigators could examine the scene and clean up the accident. It was later reopened at around 9 p.m.
Investigators are still looking into the cause of the accident. The Orange County Sheriff Investigators are working diligently to investigate the accident. Speed may have been a factor. There was no reason to believe that alcohol or drugs contributed to the accident.
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The fatal collision took place at around 4 p.m. on Thursday at Harbor Boulevard and Valencia Mesa Drive.
One person died in the accident. Five more people were injured. Officers reported to the scene at around 4 p.m. One man was found dead at the scene. Several people had to be taken to hospitals. They were taken to Western Medical Center Santa Ana and UCI Medical Center in Orange. The accident took place near St. Jude Medical Center. Some victims were taken to St. Jude Medical Center.
Investigators believe the accident may have been caused by the driver of a yellow Ford F-150. The driver was driving on the wrong side of the road on Harbor Boulevard at a high rate of speed. According to witnesses, it seemed like the driver was intentionally driving on the wrong side of the road. The driver plowed into cars waiting at a red light. There were no skid marks or break marks, meaning the driver did not try to stop.
The impact caused the truck to catapult onto other vehicles. The driver died on impact. This collision resulted in a deadly pile up involving seven additional vehicles. Luckily, the collision took place in front of St. Jude Medical Center. Medical emergency professionals were able to report to the scene quickly. Injuries could have been more severe if the collision had taken place further away from the hospital. One crash victim was even able to walk to the emergency room. Witnesses also jumped into action and helped the victims of the crash. The current conditions of the victims are not known.
One of the victims was a paraplegic. None of the survivors sustained life-threatening injuries. Investigation into the collision is still ongoing. It is not clear whether drugs or alcohol were involved in the collision. The area where the crash occurred was closed to traffic for several hours.
The male driver has been identified as Adrian Davis of Brea. He was 57. The collision took place 6 days before his 58th Birthday. An autopsy will be performed on Adrian Davis to see if drugs or alcohol contributed to the accident. Police are looking for more witnesses. Anyone with information should contact the Fullerton Police Department.
If you are ever injured a car accident, you should contact a Fullerton car accident lawyer. Injuries sustained from car accidents can be quite severe. A serious injury can mean time away from work and loss of income. Insurance may cover some of the costs, but an insurance company will try to under compensate you. Car accident lawyers will negotiate with insurance to make sure you receive fair compensation. Let a lawyer do all the heavy lifting so you can focus on your recovery.
Two people riding on a motorcycle collided into a truck Monday night in Westminster.
The accident took place on Edwards Street south of Industry Way. The two victims on the motorcycle were heading north. The motorcycle was a 2001 Ducati motorcycle. At around 9 p.m., an asphalt truck, attempting to turn left, collided into the motorcycle. The traffic collision took place near the west side of Westminster Mall.
There was a male and a female on the motorcycle. Both riders were thrown from the motorcycle. One of the motorcycle riders was pronounced dead at the scene. The other motorcycle riders were taken to UCI Medical center in Orange with major injuries. The female pronounced dead at the scene. The male rider died a short time later at UCI Medical Center. He was in surgery at the time of his death. Names of the riders have not been released. The drive of the truck has not been identified either.
The driver of the truck remained at the scene and was not injured. Police have not determined who was at fault for the accident. Investigators are examining the possibility of speed contributing to the accident. Both directions of Edwards were closed as investigators were examining the scene.
Motorcycle accidents are often quite serious. Motorcyclists have little to protect themselves in an accident. It is quite common for motorcyclists to be ejected from their vehicle in the event of an accident. If you are ever seriously injured in a motorcycle accident, you should contact a Westminster motorcycle accident lawyer.
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A fatal accident took place on Carbon Canyon road at 2:45 a.m. on Sunday.
The driver ran into a utility pool. The vehicle came to a rest in bushes next to the pole. A 20 year old man died in the fatal accident. He was driving the vehicle. The passenger was a 21 year old. He was injured in the accident. There were only two occupants in the car. The accident was a single-car crash that took place at early Sunday morning near the Olinda Village neighborhood.
The driver was driving a red Chevrolet Camaro. He crashed into a wooden Southern California Edison utility pole. The driver died from injuries sustained at the accident. His passenger sustained non-life threatening injuries. The passenger was taken to a hospital for his injuries.
The Chevrolet Camaro was damaged extensively in the accident. The front end of the vehicle was completely destroyed. All windows were broken. The vehicle was found off the road. It came to a stop because of bushes in the area.
The cause of the accident is still under investigation. Investigators are waiting for toxicology reports to determine if alcohol or drugs were factors in the accident. Damage was from the accident was quite serious.
Power was knocked out by the accident. 18 Southern California Edison customers in the area were without power. Power was returned early evening on Sunday. Carbon Canyon Road was closed on Sunday.
This was an unfortunate and serious accident. Single car crashes are often quite serious. If you are ever injured in a car accident, you should contact a Brea car accident lawyer. Victims of car accidents are often traumatized and seriously injured. They need a car accident lawyer to assist them and fight for them. Insurance companies can be vicious. They will try to under compensate victims. A car accident lawyer will make sure victims receive fair compensation.
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