4 Injured in High-Speed Collision near Stover Avenue Resulted

RIVERSIDE, CA (June 28, 2023) – Tuesday morning, a high-speed head-on crash at Arlington Avenue left 8-year-old Obed Barbosa-Carbajal dead and 4 others injured. The accident took place on May 16th, at around 7:30 a.m., along Arlington Avenue and Stover Avenue. According to reports, a driver in a white Honda Civic traveling westbound on Arlington Avenue veered into the opposite lane and collided head-on with a gray Nissan Sentra traveling eastbound. Inside the Sentra, paramedics discovered four people, three of whom were children. They transported all of them to a local hospital with moderate to severe injuries. Police believed they were siblings on their way to the school. Officials later reported that the youngest victim, an 8-year-old boy named Obed Barbosa-Carbajal, had succumbed to his injuries. While the remaining siblings, 25-year-old female driver Kially Barbosa-Carbajal, 16-year-old Mario Barbosa-Carbajal, and 10-year-old Kiara Barbosa-Carbajal remained at the hospitals with conditions unknown. The Honda driver, a 22-year-old man also sustained injuries and was rushed to a local hospital.
No words can mend the broken hearts and sorrow felt during this delicate moment. The Sweet James team sends their deepest condolences and sympathies to the family and friends of Obed Barbosa-Carbajal.
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