Woodland Hills Man Killed in Crash on Corbin Avenue
RESEDA, Calif. (May 25, 2021) – Kelley Reid Spencer, 28, died Sunday night in a multi-vehicle collision in Reseda.
The Los Angeles County sheriff coroner identified the Woodland Hills man as the driver of a black BMW M3 involved in the collision involving multiple vehicles. with a and other vehicles.
Authorities report there is an investigation into whether or not the BMW was racing with a driver in a black 2015 Mini Cooper convertible.
The crash happened about 8:05 p.m. on Sunday, May 25th at Corbin Avenue and Saticoy Street, the Los Angeles Police Department said.
Kelley Reid Spencer was traveling northbound on Corbin Avenue in the black BMW. At the same time, a male juvenile was also headed northbound driving a black Mini Cooper convertible. Both vehicles were traveling at a high rate of speed, the LAPD statement said.
Multi-Vehicle Crash on Corbin Avenue
The driver in the Mini Cooper collided into a black 2013 Kia Optima. The Kia had turned right turn from westbound Saticoy Street to northbound Corbin Avenue, police said.
Upon impact, the black Kia got pushed into opposing traffic lanes where it collided with a southbound gray 2016 Volkswagen Golf sedan.
Meanwhile, Kelley Reid Spencer allegedly lost control of his vehicle. He reportedly swerved over into opposing traffic lanes where he collided with a southbound blue 2008 Chevy Silverado.
During the crash, the Chevy slammed into parked vehicles and the driver in the BMW died as the car disintegrated.
Paramedics responded and transported the driver from the Chevrolet Silverado to a hospital for treatment of severe injuries.
The driver of the Mini Cooper and Volkswagen both suffered minor injuries in the crash. Also, the driver and passenger in the Kia suffered minor injuries.
One witness told news reporters they saw two vehicles racing prior to the collision.
Investigators continue to work on piecing together evidence and witness statements to determine fault for the crash.
Finally, witnesses may call the Valley Traffic Division at 818-644-8116, 877-LAPD-247 or Crime Stoppers at 800-222-TIPS.
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