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28 April 2016 By James M. Johnson 0 comments

WILLOWBROOK: Karen Salazar, 25, Killed Crash 105 Freeway

fatal crashLOS ANGELES COUNTY, California (April 28, 2016) – Karen Salazar, 25, was killed in a crash involving two motorists early Thursday morning on the westbound 105 Glen Anderson Freeway, a California Highway Patrol report said.

The crash took place about 4 a.m. this morning near Central Avenue when a car reportedly spun out and was struck by a second car, police said. Salazar died of her injuries and the second driver was hospitalized at Gardena Memorial Hospital with undisclosed injuries.

The collision caused the temporary closure of the Nos. 1, 2 and 3 lanes of the freeway and traffic was diverted off the roadway at Wilmington Avenue.

Most deadly accidents are preventable tragedies. If a negligent party has disregarded the safety of others has led to the death of a family member, it is likely you may have the right to a wrongful death lawsuit. If you have recently lost a loved one and you believe another person is at fault, we urge you to contact Johnson Attorneys Group today to speak with one of our experienced wrongful death lawyers at 800-235-6801. We have multiple office locations all throughout California.

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