Four Corona High School Students Injured in the Crash
CORONA, California (May 6, 2014) – A 20-year-old driver is dead and four high school students under 18 years old were injured Monday night in a rollover crash in the 1600 block of Via Pacifica, according to a press release by the Corona Police Department.
The Corona Police Department says speed was a factor in the crash that killed driver Crystal Urea of Santa Ana and critically injured a passenger about 6 p.m. on May 5. A total of four passengers – all Corona High School students — were hospitalized following the car accident when Urea allegedly lost control in a tight curve and rolled the 2011 Ford Mustang. The vehicle, which had been headed northbound on Via Pacifica, struck a tree and a cable utility box.
The Corona Police Department’s Collision Response Team is heading up the investigation into the crash to determine exactly what happened, according to the news release. Witnesses are asked to contact police Investigator Clark Eveland at 951-736-2355.
“It deeply saddens me to hear about this tragedy,” said Attorney James Johnson. “My condolences go out to the family of this young woman and I hope those who were hurt have a full recovery.”
If you have legal questions after a car or bus accident contact Johnson Attorneys Group at 800-235-6801.
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