Traffic Accident on 3986 Rubidoux Boulevard Left One Fatality
RUBIDOUX, CA (July 19, 2022) – On Sunday, one person died in a car crash on Rubidoux Boulevard, police said.
The accident happened around 11:02 a.m. along 3986 Rubidoux Boulevard on July 10th.
Furthermore, according to reports, a northbound Jeep Cherokee driver lost control of the vehicle for unknown reasons. The Jeep then collided with a parked truck and flipped over.
Eventually, when responding officers arrived, they discovered two people trapped in the overturned vehicle.
Paramedics rushed the car’s driver and passenger to Riverside Community Hospital. The driver died at the hospital, while the passenger managed to escape with no injuries.
Authorities currently withheld the names of the involved parties until their families are notified.
At this time, it is unknown whether speed, drugs, or alcohol played a role in the crash. However, an active investigation is underway.
The CHP urges any witnesses to contact the sheriff’s department at 951-955-2600 or 951-776-1099.
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