murrieta; los alamos road; interstate 215 | San Diego Injury Accident Lawyer Blog
1 teen was killed and another teen injured in a single vehicle rollover crash in Murrieta, CA on Wednesday night, September 25, 2019. A 14-year old boy was killed and a 16-year old girl was injured in the accident. The driver of the truck was suspected to had been under the influence of alcohol at the time of the crash. The 2 teens who were killed and injured were passengers of a 1998 Toyota 4 Runner which was travelling south on Interstate 215, close to Los Alamos Road. At around 8:30 pm, the driver lost control of the truck, causing it to roll over multiple times. The 14-year old boy was ejected out of the vehicle and thrown onto the freeway lanes where he was later on declared deceased. According to authorities, the said teen was not wearing a seatbelt at the time of the crash. The 16-year old girl was a passenger in the backseat of the vehicle. She reportedly sustained minor injuries. The 39-year old woman driver of the vehicle was also injured. The female driver was suspected of DUI.
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