Temecula Man and Dog Killed in Two-Vehicle Collision near Madera de Playa Drive
TEMECULA, CA (December 14, 2022) – Wednesday afternoon, Steven Lowe and his dog were killed in a head-on accident on Calle Contento.
The incident happened around 2:14 p.m., just north of Madera de Playa Drive.
According to the California Highway Patrol, a 2004 Chevrolet Tracker crossed over the northbound lanes and collided head-on with a 2015 Mercedez-Benz SUV.
Due to the extent of his condition, the Chevrolet driver later succumbed to his injuries at Wildormar’s Inland Valley Medical Center. The Riverside County Sheriff-Coroner’s Bureau later identified the deceased driver as 71-year-old Lowe, of Temecula.
One of the two dogs inside the Chevy died from the collision. Meanwhile, the 52-year-old female driver of the Mercedes sustained significant injuries and was transported to the same hospital.
Those with further information about the Calle Contento head-on crash are encouraged to contact the CHP Temecula area at 951-506-2000. An active investigation is currently ongoing at this time.
No words can mend the broken hearts and sorrow felt during this delicate moment. Deepest condolences and sympathies are with the family and friends of Steven Lowe.
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