2 Deceased Victims of Rohnert Park Crash Identified

ROHNERT PARK, CA (June 18, 2021) – Authorities identified Lorena Recendez-Martinez and Amada Guadalupe Salinas-Agular were killed in a crash on Saturday.

Police responded to the incident around 9:25 p.m., on Golf Course Drive at Roberts Lake Road.

Upon arrival, the authorities discovered one of the victims inside a 2018 Mercedes coupe turned on its side. Meanwhile, the other patient suffered life-threatening injuries before being pronounced dead.

Due to the impact of the crash, both of the victims, Lorena Recendez-Martinez, 17 of San Rafael and Amanda Guadalupe Salinas-Aguilar, 16 of Los Angeles were pronounced dead.

Investigators believe the Mercedes was traveling at high speeds before striking a curve while attempting to negotiate a curve. The vehicle then jumped over the curb and struck two street signs and two trees, ultimately hitting a traffic signal and coming to a stop.

Authorities closed down the roadway for more than three hours to conduct an investigation. But, the roadway has since reopened.

Our deepest condolences and sympathies are with the family and friends of Lorena Recendez-Martinez and Amada Guadalupe Salinas-Agular.

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