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23 March 2016 By James M. Johnson 0 comments

OXNARD: Fatal Crash at Rose and Central Intersection

police line do not crossOXNARD, CALIFORNIA (March 22, 2016) – One person was killed after a vehicle smashed against a tree at North Rose and Central Avenues late Tuesday, according to California Highway Patrol dispatch.
The accident happened at around 11:59 p.m.
Preliminary record stated that a reporting party called the authorities to report a man lying on the roadway.
Respective officers immediately went to the crash site and there they have located a wrecked brown Toyota Camry.
The Camry appeared to have smashed head-on into a tree, as mentioned in the CHP log.
The force from the impact was significant, claiming the life of a motorist who was declared dead at the scene.
It was not disclosed whether the fatality has other company inside the damaged Camry.
Authorities handling the case continue to investigate the cause of the deadly crash.


Our personal injury law firm would like to offer a free legal consultation to anyone who has been hurt or lost a loved one in a traffic accident. Call us at 800-235-6801 to speak with an experienced attorney.

 

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