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Car Drives Off 210 Freeway Rialto

Four people suffered injuries after a car rode off the 210 Freeway and toppled over Friday morning.

According to a press report from the California Highway Patrol, a 2010 Honda Civic was carrying four passengers including the driver, the vehicle was heading westbound on the 210 Freeway at around 3:30 a.m., just about to reach Riverside Avenue in Rialto, when the vehicle suddenly was driven off the side of the freeway.

The Honda Civic went down a dirt embankment before overturning onto the perimeter fence, the report read.

Lamont Jeffries II, the 28-year-old passenger from Placentia, was not wearing a seatbelt and as a result was ejected from the car landing in a dirt field next to the westbound freeway.

Clemmie Taylor Jr, the 26-year-old driver from Fontana, suffered critical injuries and was taken to Arrowhead Regional Medical Center in Colton. Rashaad Brown, the 20-year-old passenger from Rialto, complained of moderate neck and back pain but was also taken to Arrowhead.

The last passenger was Brandon Morris, a 29-year-old from Fontana, and he suffered moderate neck and back pain as well, he was taken to Loma Linda University Medical Center.

Taylor, the driver, was taken into custody, according to the CHP report.

The investigation is still ongoing, and it’s unknown whether drugs or alcohol were an influence in the incident as of this time.

If you or a loved one have been in an accident and are suffering hardships as a result of someone else’s negligent driving, you may be eligible to receive compensation for your injuries. California has laws put in place to protect victims of negligence, through the means of fair reimbursement. However, California’s statute of limitation states that if you want to file a claim against someone you must do so within two years from the date of the accident, this window is heavily reduced to six months if you plan on pursuing legal action against the state or any other government entity.

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Young Boy Killed During Fullerton Freeway Collision

Two cars were involved in a collision on the 57 Freeway in Fullerton, California this early Sunday, a 15-year-old boy was killed in the process.

The boy, Luis Torres of Santa Ana, was pronounced dead at the scene of the incident, which occurred at around two a.m. on the southbound 57 Freeway, north of Yorba Linda Boulevard, says a California Highway Patrol official. California Highway Patrol authorities announced the driver of a 2015 Honda had been arrested after it was revealed that she could have been under the influence of alcohol.

Nicole Cortinas, a Moreno Valley resident, suffered injuries including a fractured back and was rushed to the University of California Irvine Medical Center, where she will be closely supervised by officers until she is medically cleared for questioning.

According to CHP officials, the female driver of a 2009 Honda had exited onto the right shoulder of the freeway for unknown reasons. Eventually, the two passengers exited the car and resided to the passenger side of the vehicle, two others remained in the vehicle. Cortinas was driving on the freeway at an unknown speed when she allowed another car to move to the right shoulder. Officers claim she quickly drove into a roadway sign before crashing into the back of the other Honda, leaving the teenage passenger suffering from fatal injuries.

The driver of the vehicle that was hit was Santa Ana resident Jennifer Baca, who also sustained a fractured rib and sternum after the collision.

It’s reported that two lanes were closed on the northbound side of the Freeway but are now reopened.

The incident is still under investigation.

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