Two Canadian Women Among 5 Killed in Crash on PCH in Near Mugu Rock, California

Three Members of One Family Killed in Head-on Crash

 Two Canadian Women Among 5 Killed in Crash on PCH in Near Mugu Rock, CaliforniaCALIFORNIA (Nov. 15, 2022) —  Two Canadian women are among five people who died in a head-on collision on Pacific Coast Highway near Mugu Rock earlier in November in Camarillo.

Carmen Teves, 48, of North York, Canada, and her friend, Nora Banayo, 67, of Brampton, Canada, died along with the North York woman’s family, Annabelle Robinson, 38, of Camarillo and Mario Ferrer, 68, of Port Hueneme. The four were traveling together in one of the vehicles.

The Ventura County Medical Examiner identified them all including the driver of the second vehicle Kevin Sanic, 27, of Los Angeles.

The crash happened about 4:23 a.m. on Nov. 6th on PCH or Highway 1, just north of Mugu Rock.

Deadly Head-on Crash on Highway 1

Kevin Sanic was reportedly driving a 2020 Subaru sedan northbound on Highway 1 and a 2011 Toyota SUV carrying the other four people was heading southbound, according to the California Highway Patrol.

Authorities say Sanic swerved across the center median and crashed into the Toyota head-on. The two vehicles spun out of control and the Toyota became engulfed in flames.

All five people suffered fatal injuries and died at the scene. The investigation into the crash is ongoing.

Fundraiser for Family/Friend Killed Together in Crash

A GoFundMe page is raising money to help the surviving family members of Anabelle Robinson.

The four people traveling together in the Toyota SUV were all members of a family. The two Canadian women were visiting Mario Ferrer and his daughter, Annabelle Ferrer Robinson. They were heading to the Los Angeles International Airport so that Teves and her friend Banayo could return home to Canada. The group had attended the birthday of a 2-year-old nephew of Annabelle Robinson.

Johnson Attorneys Group does not represent any of the parties mentioned above. Furthermore, Johnson Attorneys Group has no intention to represent any of the parties discussed. We hope this news information is timely and helpful. However, if you would like to contribute any information or have legal questions, please contact us as soon as possible. Our law firm is a proud, longtime supporter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD).

SOURCE: GoFundMe, Ventura County Star, VCME

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