32-Year-Old Man Dead, 4 Injured in Speeding Accident near Imperial Highway
ANAHEIM, CA (August 26, 2022) – Francisco Javier Flores was pronounced dead Sunday night, after a rollover collision on 91 Freeway.
The incident took place around 6:00 p.m., on the eastbound FastTrak lanes just west of Imperial Highway.
Investigators say the impact of the collision ejected Flores from his pickup-truck onto the road. However, the events leading up still remain unclear.
Footage from the scene shows the black pickup-truck with major front-end damage and the white Toyota Corolla with heavy damage to the driver’s side. According to initial reports, high speeds were a contributing factor in the accident.
The Corolla had one adult and three minor occupants inside the vehicle. Paramedics transported them to a nearby hospital for further treatment.
In addition, medics pronounced 32-year-old Flores, of Riverside dead at the scene.
Also, motorists traveling toward Imperial Highway are advised to encounter traffic delays. Further investigations are still ongoing.
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 Francisco Javier Flores.
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