CABAZON, California (Sunday, February 28, 2016) – Rory Nason, 33, died on Magnolia Street, 400 feet south of Bonita Avenue. Mr. Nason rushed to a vehicle engulfed in flames, leaving his fiance and their children in their own vehicle, and help anyone who may have been trapped, according to Press Enterprise.
“As Nason approached the vehicle, he braved flames and live electrical wires,” the news release read. “Nason suddenly collapsed and was possibly electrocuted from the live electrical wires. Nason’s fiance dragged him to safety and immediately called 911 for assistance.”
The incident took place yesterday morning at about 12:39 a.m., according to an incident report by the Riverside Sheriff-Coroner. He died at approximately 1:01 a.m.
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