50-Year-Old Dies Traffic Accident on Ironwood Avenue
MORENO VALLEY, CA (July 5, 2022) – On Friday, a hit-and-run crash killed Cesar Tadeo-Preciado on Ironwood Avenue.
The crash happened on July 1st just before 4:10 p.m., authorities said.
Furthermore, the investigation revealed that an Infiniti Q50 sedan ran through a red light along Ironwood Avenue.
Meanwhile, Tadeo-Preciado was traveling northbound along Heacock Street on his motorcycle when he was struck at the intersection.
Eventually, officers arrived at the scene and found Tadeo-Preciado unresponsive on the roadway. Despite life-saving efforts medics pronounced the victim, identified as 50-year-old Tadeo-Preciado, dead at the scene.
Apparently, the driver of the sedan fled the area and was later caught in his home. Authorities later identified the driver as Jason Miller.
Police charged Miller with driving under the influence causing death and gross vehicular manslaughter together with Nicole Cox, who helped him escape.
An active investigation into the fatal motorcycle crash is currently underway
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