55-Year-Old Driver Dies in Fiery Two-Car Accident on Slater Avenue and Euclid Street

FOUNTAIN VALLEY, CA (March 9, 2023) – Sunday afternoon, one victim was killed and another was hospitalized after a fiery car accident on Euclid Street. First responders arrived at the scene around 4:52 p.m., near Slater Avenue on February 26th. According to reports, the collision involved a white 2022 Toyota Camry and a white 2008 Dodge Caravan. Investigators say the Camry was traveling northbound on Euclid Street while the Caravan was heading south. The Caravan attempted to turn left onto east Slater Avenue from southbound Euclid when it collided with the Camry. Upon impact, the Caravan burst into flames and the 55-year-old driver was pronounced dead at the scene. Authorities were able to extricate the trapped 51-year-old Camry driver before his vehicle was engulfed in flames. Consequently, authorities transported him to the hospital with head traumas. At this time, drugs or alcohol were not yet determined as a factor in the incident. Further investigation is underway, and any witnesses are encouraged to contact the Fountain Valley Police Department.
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