Allegedly Drunk Pomona Man Who Caused Six-Car Crash And Vehicle Fire On I-10 East Found Drunk-Munching A Burger At Jack In The Box
Jack in the Box burgers: great comfort food for traffic guilt
Yesterday afternoon, a six-car pileup on the 10 freeway heading east was enough to make 68-year-old Antonio Holguin Sr. very, very hungry for some good 'n' greasy over-processed cow meat.
Holguin initiated a destructive domino-effect accident just after 3:30 near San Francisquito Avenue when he caused a Dodge Ram to smash into the back of a Honda, which then flew over the center divider into the westbound lanes, according to the CHP.
But it didn't end there:
The Honda smashed into a Mazda van, a Scion and a Jeep before wrapping up its spin across multiple lanes by bursting into flames.
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Meanwhile, on the eastbound side of the 10, Holguin moseyed off the Puente Avenue exit and scoped the scene for some comfort food -- just as the driver of the Honda, 26-year-old Marconi Black of Los Angeles, pulled his wife and infant from the flames. (Luckily, everyone involved in the crash came out alive, though four were non-critically injured.)
Holguin's Jack in the Box of choice, located in Baldwin Park:
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Holguin then had the awesome idea to drunk dial his daughter while downing his last glorious meal before (what will hopefully be) a nice long vacation at the local pen. He was swiftly arrested by CHP officers on suspicion of drunk driving and other offenses.
With reporting from City News Service.
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