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23 March 2017 By James M. Johnson 0 comments

Fatal Crash Accident on Third Street near San Bernardino Airport

san bernardino fatal crash third streetSAN BERNARDINO (March 23, 2017)- According to the Press-Enterprise, a deadly solo vehicle crash took place Thursday morning on Third Street near the San Bernardino International Airport.

Police officials arrived to the crash site which occurred roughly around 2:00 a.m.

Authorities disclosed to the media that the driver of the vehicle lost control and crash into a storm drain off the side of the road leaving one dead and another seriously hurt.

Neither the deceased or the injured have been identified at this time as no further details have been released pending the investigation.


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