Riverside, California 2021-12-03 17:09:24 –
Riverside, CA — Thursday afternoon, December 2, a 19-year-old Compton man lost control of his vehicle and broke into a retaining wall in Riverside, killing one and hospitalizing three. The sedan burned, fell on another vehicle, and crushed the roof. Another vehicle was also attacked by the first sedan when it crossed the opposite lane of the road and headed directly into the oncoming lane.
A deadly wreck that closed one of the main roads between the cities of Riverside and Juloppa Valley occurred within the Riverside city limits on Mission Inn Avenue, west of Indian Hill Road.
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The Riverside Police Department reported today that Riverside police and firefighters were dispatched to the scene at around 2:41 pm after receiving reports of an unknown injured car accident with a vehicle in fire. ..
Authorities began arriving within minutes and reported that three vehicles related to the road were found.
Skid marks and other evidence on the scene showed that Lexus plunged into the wall and suddenly crossed the opposite lane before capsizing over and over the oncoming Toyota. Lexus then burned and killed a 19-year-old passenger.Johnny Lopez-Lone Wolf Media / OnSceneTV Photos
The burning car, almost unrecognizable due to the collision and subsequent fire, was later described as the black 2002 Lexus sedan. Photos and video footage from the scene show that the other two related vehicles are the black 2015 Toyota Camry with a large roof and other damage and the white 2015 Nissan Sentra with a small rear damage. Shown.
Firefighters did a quick job to put out the flames. At that time, authorities found passengers in the burnt wreckage of Lexus, which was declared dead on the scene.
Riverside County Sheriff-The Coroner’s Office subsequently identified Compton’s Efren Cordova Basquez, 20, as the man killed in the clash.The release of the coroner indicated that he had been sentenced to death at 2:50 pm
According to Riverside PD, the driver of the burning vehicle was taken to a local hospital with moderate injuries. Toyota drivers and passengers were slightly injured and were taken to a local hospital for evaluation, but Nissan drivers were not injured.
The Toyota Camry occupant was slightly injured after the vehicle hit a wall and fell, rolling down the roof of the vehicle. The Nissan driver involved was unharmed.Johnny Lopez-Lone Wolf Media / OnSceneTV Photos
During a preliminary investigation, police confirmed that Lexus was moving west on Mission Inn Avenue at an unknown speed. For unknown reasons, it was when the sedan suddenly crossed the opposite lane. When the uncontrollable Lexus looked across the road, it cut off the rear end of Nissan before leaving the roadway and crashing into the retaining wall.
Lexus then flipped over on the roof of Toyota, then rolled over and over and rested on that roof. The injured driver somehow managed to get out of the burning Lexus, but the passengers didn’t understand it and by the time the firefighters arrived the car was completely in flames.
Investigation into Riverside PD is active and ongoing, and alcohol and / or drug addiction has not yet been ruled out.
If you have information about this clash, please call Riverside Police Traffic Detective G. Matthews ((951) 826-8724). Email.. Callers can see incident file number 210033099 and remain anonymous.
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