You cannot always count on other people to do the right thing.
One teenage girl was killed and four other people were injured in a California car accident that occurred on March 14. Other than indicating that police believed alcohol was not a contributing factor in the crash, reports did not disclose possible causes of the accident.
Last week, a 27 year old Tustin woman died after a head-on collision car accident after crossing a divider into an opposite lane. The accident occurred at 9:40 pm when the woman was heading east on Country Club Drive in Bermuda Dunes. An unidentified 8 year old boy was in the car with her and was taken to the hospital with complaints of pain. The driver and passenger in the other car suffered minor and no injuries, respectively.
The California Highway Patrol reports that four people were injured and four more were killed when a car full of young people and a pickup truck collided on March 1. The crash happened around 8 p.m. when the Mercedes carrying seven crossed into opposite traffic and struck a Ford F-150.