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Apple Valley: Police Chase, Car Accident on Yucca Loma Road

Apple Valley: Police Chase, Car Accident on Yucca Loma RoadInnocent Driver Injured in Car Crash at Yucca Loma Road and Iroquois Road Thursday

Apple Valley, CA (April 9, 2021) – One person suffered injuries after a police chase ended in a car accident at the intersection of Yucca Loma Road and Iroquois Road on April 8, Thursday.

The Victor Valley News Group reported deputies attempted a traffic stop in the area of Bear Valley and Iroquois. Officials said the motorist was flagged for vehicle code violations. However, the suspect apparently failed to yield and led the police to a short pursuit.

When the suspect approached the intersection at Yucca Loma and Iroquois, it reportedly crashed into an SUV. A California Highway Patrol Helicopter H-80 airlifted the woman to Arrowhead Regional Medical Center for precautionary reasons.

Suspect Killed in Apple Valley Car Accident, April 8

Officials added the suspect suffered fatal injuries after their vehicle rolled over multiple times. Firefighters from the Apple Valley Fire Protection District recovered the body from the wreckage.

Authorities continue to withhold the names of the people involved in the collision pending confirmation.

The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Regional II MAIT is the agency handling the investigation. Detectives continue to work at this time to determine liability in the tragic car accident in Apple Valley.

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