3 Women Killed in Visalia Crash at Avenue 256 near Highway 65
VISALIA, California (May 12, 2020) — Three young women were killed early Monday in a solo-vehicle crash in Tulare County.
The California Highway Patrol reported the crash at 1:30 a.m near Avenue 256 west of Highway 65.
The three women were traveling in a 2005 Ford Mustang whose driver allegedly failed to stop at a stop sign. The vehicle rotated in a clockwise direction and crashed into an olive tree. When the car struck the tree both the driver and a passenger were ejected from the vehicle, police said.
The Tulare County Fire Department responded, but unfortunately, all three women died.
Police reported that the women were all 21 years old and two lived in Visalia and the other in Lindsay.
Investigators are looking into whether or not alcohol was the cause of this collision, the CHP said. Witnesses are urged to call the Visalia branch of the CHP at 734-6767.
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