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14 August 2014 By James M. Johnson 0 comments

SAN JACINTO: Denyse Rachele Tully, 53, Killed, 5 Injured in Gilman Springs Road Crash

SAN JACINTO, California (August 14, 2014) — Denyse Rachele Tully, 53, of Encino was killed and five others were injured Wednesday following an early morning crash at the intersection of Gillman Springs and Sublette roads, according to a report by the San Bernardino County Sheriff Coroner.

About 5 a.m., CHP officers and Riverside County fire fighters responded to the collision between two drivers. Two people were trapped in the wreckage and required rescue by fire fighters.

Tullly was taken by air ambulance to University Medical Center where she was treated for multiple injuries, but she died about 3:50 p.m. at the hospital.

Five ground ambulances transported one person with moderate injuries and four with minor injuries to nearby hospitals for treatment, the Riverside Fire Department said in a press release.

The CHP is heading up an investigation into the crash to determine liability.

“My condolences go out to the family of this woman as they cope with her sudden loss,” said Attorney James Johnson.

If you have legal questions following a car accident, contact Johnson Attorneys Group for a free consultation at 800-235-6801.

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