Pedestrian Injured During Orange County Crash
Sadly vehicle crashes rarely have a happy ending. Recently a female pedestrian was hit by a vehicle and then sadly passed away. The incident happened in Stanton according to the reports.
Lt. John Roche with the Orange County Sheriff’s Department said that the crash was reported around 2:58 in the morning. Police said that the incident happened in the area of Beach Boulevard and Bever Place. Reports say that the pedestrian died at the scene of the crash.
The driver stayed at the scene and was cooperating with the investigation.
A section of Beach Boulevard was closed until 8 in the morning so that the investigation could take place.
One Dead, Other’s Injured in Crash
Another crash happened in Orange County, this time on Thursday. One person sadly died due to the crash while three others were injured. The crash was reported as a chain reaction crash. The incident happened on the eastbound 22 Freeway, west of Beach Boulevard.
Firefighters were quick to respond to the incident. Reports say the accident happened around 7 a.m. and one victim was found dead.
Police said that the there was a three vehicle crash occurred after a passing vehicle hit a passenger from another vehicle that was broke down on the freeway’s shoulder. According to the reports, the passing vehicle then crashed into a wall which started a three car chain reaction crash.
The man who was hit in the first crash was the victim who was found dead at the scene of the incident. The other three injured people had to be transported to local hospitals. Two of the three were listed with “traumatic injuries”. California Highway Patrol is still investigating the crash at this time.
Fiery Crash In Orange County
A fiery crash is a scary incident. Sometimes miracles happen and people aren’t injured, however that isn’t always the case. Recently there was a fiery wreck and luckily two people were saved from the incident. A small plane crashed on a Friday morning on the 405 Freeway in Orange County. The plane clipped a pickup truck and then finally skidded to a stop against a median as it caught on fire.
The crash happened at the MacArthur Boulevard exit ramp. That is near the John Wayne Airport in Santa Ana. The wreck happened as the Cessna 310 was coming in for a landing. There were two passengers on the plane, a sixty-two year old man and his fifty-five year old wife when the plane caught fire. That must have been a terrifying experience for the couple.
According to the reports, the couple did suffer from “critical, traumatic injuries” but luckily they had good vitals when they were moved from the plane. Orange County Fire Capt. Larry Kurtz said that they had to go under surgery Friday night but were thankfully making progress on their recovery.
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