22-Year-Old Woman Pronounced Dead after Rear-End Crash on Interstate 10

PALM DESERT, CA (November 11, 2022) – Tuesday morning, Ana Maria Hollins-Esquivel was killed in a two-car collision along Interstate 10. The incident happened around 3:20 a.m., on the eastbound lanes of the freeway in the city of Palm Desert. According to reports, the driver of a Ford Escape lost control and rear-ended a Honda Accord. The Ford then continued and collided with multiple Tamarisk trees, causing it to overturn. Responding officers located the Honda on the right shoulder of the freeway unoccupied. Due to the extent of their condition, medics pronounced the Ford driver dead at the scene. Later, the Riverside County Coroner’s office identified the deceased driver as 22-year-old Hollins-Esquivel of Indio. Following preliminary duties, officers are unsure as to whether or not drugs or alcohol was involved. Those with further information regarding the Interstate 10 two-vehicle crash are encouraged to contact Palm Desert Officials as soon as possible.
No words can mend the broken hearts and sorrow felt during this delicate moment. The team at Sweet James offers their deepest condolences and sympathies to the family and friends of Ana Maria Hollins-Esquivel.
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