18-Year-Old Brea Driver Dies in Multi-Car Collision on Orange (57) Freeway

FULLERTON, CA (December 6, 2021) – 18-year-old Jacob Robison lost his life after a multi-car collision on 57 Freeway Monday morning.

The incident happened around 4:40 a.m. of November 29, on northbound 57 Freeway just south of Chapman Avenue.

According to the CHP, Robison in his gray BMW 328i collided into Francisco Martinez, 47, of Anaheim in his 2005 Chevrolet.

Following that, Salvador Gutierrez, 60, of Santa Ana driving his 2005 Nissan car in the No. 3 lane rear-ended the immobilized BMW.

The impact of the incident pushed Robison’s car into the No. 2 and 3 lanes, where Raul Robles in a 2000 Honda hit the BMW.

Officers responding at the scene declared Robison dead. While, police have no information about the other drivers.

At this time, authorities do not currently believe that drugs or alcohol were factors. Moreover, the events that led to the crash are still unknown. However, an active investigation remains ongoing.

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