Three-Vehicle Collision in Carlsbad Left One Fatality

CARLSBAD, CA (April 6, 2023) – Thursday morning, a multi-vehicle crash on Faraday Avenue left one person dead and two others with injuries. The collision happened around 6:45 a.m. at the 2700 block of Faraday Avenue in the city of Carlsbad. According to the police, a Mazda MX-5 traveling east at high speed lost control and veered onto the westbound lane. Consequently, the Mazda collided with a Honda Accord and a Toyota Corolla before being engulfed in flames. Responding emergency personnel declared the Mazda driver dead at the scene. However, their identity has not been released pending notification from the next of kin. Paramedics transported the occupants of the Toyota and Honda to a hospital with unspecified injuries. Based on the initial investigation, the Mazda lost control due to excessive speed and wet road conditions. At this time, the Carlsbad Police Department is asking anyone with additional information about the Faraday Avenue crash to contact Traffic Accident Investigator Corporal Matt Bowen.
No words can mend the broken hearts and sorrow felt during this delicate moment. Deepest condolences and sympathies are with the family and friends of the victim.
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