27-Year-Old Man Dead, Two Hospitalized after Auto Collision near Polish Lane
ORO GRANDE, CA (October 18, 2022) – Friday afternoon, Kyler Sessler was killed in a two-vehicle crash on National Trails Highway.
The deadly incident happened around 12:15 p.m., across from the main entrance to the CalPortland Cement plant near 1st Street.
According to police, Sessler was driving a silver Kia Spectra north at a high rate of speed when he turned left and collided head-on with a white BMW 340i. After the impact, both vehicles came to rest on the west shoulder.
First responders arrived and located both vehicles with significant front-end damage.
Medics airlifted a 3-year-old passenger from the BMW to Loma Linda University Medical Center while the 36-year-old female driver of the BMW was taken to Arrowhead Regional Medical Center. Both occupants sustained serious injuries.
Due to the extent of his condition, medics pronounced 27-year-old Sessler dead at the scene. The loved one of Sessler set up a GoFundMe page to help with costs during this difficult time.
Those with further information are encouraged to contact Oro Grande Officials immediately.
The team at Sweet James sends out their warm and sincerest sympathies to the friends and family of Kyler Sessler. May you find comfort and strength during this time.
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