William Gemmell, 35, Killed in 10 Freeway Crash in Beaumont
BEAUMONT (May 2, 2016)- William Gemmell, 35, of Beaumont, was the victim killed in a deadly collision which took place Monday morning on the eastbound Interstate 10 freeway at the 60 freeway interchange, per the Press-Enterprise.
The Press-Enterprise provided an update disclosing that Gregory Espinoza, 30, was the driver of a Honda Civic who lost control and crashed into a tree where the median is located at the freeway interchange.
The Press-Enterprise confirmed that William Gemmell, a passenger, was pronounced dead at the scene upon the arrival of emergency worker personnel. serious to moderate to four others as they each had to be cut free from their vehicle.
Two other men who are residents of Beaumont, Rene Fuentez, 32, and Bert Pedroncelli, 31, both had to be cut free from the vehicle by firefighter personnel. Both men were seriously injured and remain hospitalized at Riverside County Medical.
Per the Press-Enterprise, Gregory Espinoza was arrested as it was confirmed that he was driving under the influence.
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