Two-Vehicle Crash on East Serrano Avenue Left Two Dead, Two Injured

ANAHEIM, CA (April 11, 2023) – Early Sunday morning, a head-on rollover crash on South Nohl Ranch Road left two drivers dead. The collision happened at around 12:24 a.m., at the intersection of South Nohl Ranch Road and East Serrano Avenue. According to reports, two vehicles collided head-on in the area. Upon arrival, police discovered an overturned Toyota Prius and a Lexus sedan with significant front-end damage. Following the crash, Anaheim Fire & Rescue declared the two involved drivers dead at the scene. Their identities have not been disclosed to the public. Meanwhile, paramedics transported two other passengers to a hospital for treatment of unspecified injuries. It was unclear which car the passengers were occupying at the time of the crash. At this time, authorities suspect drugs or alcohol as a factor that contributed to the incident. Anaheim Officials will provide more information about the South Nohl Ranch Road head-on crash once available.
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