80-Year-Old Male Driver Killed in Two-Vehicle Collision on Knoxville Avenue

HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA (February 8, 2023) – Thursday morning, an 80-year-old man was killed in a 2-car accident on Beach Boulevard.

First responders arrived to the scene around 9:00 a.m., near Knoxville Avenue on January 19th.

According to reports, the driver of a Toyota Corolla pulled out of a driveway on the eastbound side of Beach Boulevard. The Toyota then continued traveling west before colliding with a Porsche Panamera that was heading north on Beach Boulevard.

Due to the extent of injuries sustained, medics pronounced the 80-year-old male Toyota driver dead at the scene. Although, officers have not yet released his name or place of residency.

Meanwhile, the 28-year-old driver of the Panamera stayed at the scene and cooperated with the authorities.

Emergency crews closed off the surrounding area for a brief time during cleanup and preliminary investigations. Following preliminary duties, police ruled out impairment as a potential factor in the 2-car accident on Beach Boulevard.

The team at Sweet James sends out their heartfelt sympathies to the friends and family of the deceased man who are grieving over the loss of their loved one.

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