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Jurupa Valley: Firefighters respond to fatal single vehicle collision


Sunday, June 1st, 2014
Issue 22, Volume 18.
Alex Groves
Staff Writer


Riverside County Fire Department is now reporting that the single-vehicle crash in the area of Limonite Avenue and Camino Real in Jurupa Valley fatally injured one person and seriously injured four others.

The call for the accident came in at 12:42 p.m. The driver of the vehicle crashed into a tree for reasons that remain unclear at this time.

The four individuals who were injured will be transported to area hospitals by ground ambulance, according to Riverside County Fire Department Spokeswoman Jody Hagemann.

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Firefighters arrived shortly before 1 p.m. today to the scene of single-vehicle crash in the area of Limonite Avenue and Camino Real in Jurupa Valley that killed Advertisement
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one person, a spokeswoman reported today.

American Medical Response, Riverside County Fire Department and Riverside County Sheriff's Department were among the responding agencies on scene to address the accident.

The driver of a vehicle of unknown make and model crashed into a tree, according to Riverside County Fire Department Spokeswoman Jody Hagemann.

Hagemann said there was at least one other individual inside the car whose condition remains unknown. It wasn't clear whether the driver of the vehicle was the individual who sustained fatal injuries.

No other details were immediately available at this time.

This is an ongoing story. Check back in with the Valley News for additional information.


 

2 comments

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Comment #1 | Sunday, Jun 1, 2014 at 5:35 pm
The 5th victim was a girl, and she was pinned between the tree they smashed into and the passenger side. She was hanging out of the window, and evidently dead. I was driving home at 12:50 down that street and I saw the accident right after it happened before they blocked the street and only one officer was there. The poor girl looked like she was in her early 20s.
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Comment #2 | Tuesday, Jun 3, 2014 at 10:57 am
Witnesses are asked to contact Deputy Adam Ditfurth or the Jurupa Valley Station Traffic Team at (951) 955-2600

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