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10-Year-Old Killed in Car Accident on Shawnee Trail and University Boulevard [San Bernardino, CA]

10-Year-Old Killed in Car Accident on Shawnee Trail and University Boulevard [San Bernardino, CA]

1 Dead and 1 Injured in San Bernardino Car Accident on Shawnee Trail

 
SAN BERNARDINO, CA (January 8, 2020) – A 10-year-old kid died while another sustained injuries in a car accident on Shawnee Trail.
 
The incident happened at about 7:10 p.m. near Shawnee Trail & University Boulevard, north of Landers.
 
The CHP revealed that a 16-year-old driver from Hacienda Heights and the 10-year-old passenger traveled west on University Boulevard approaching the intersection of Shawnee Trail in a 2013 Wildcat side-by-side off-highway vehicle.
 
Meanwhile, a Landers driver of a Ford Fusion traveling north on Shawnee Trail approached the University Boulevard intersection. The 16-year-old driver didn’t yield for cross traffic and hut the passenger side of the Ford.
 
Responders took the 10-year-old and the Ford driver to Hi-Desert Medical Center. Afterward, they airlifted the 10-year-old to Loma Linda Medical Center where he died.
 
Authorities also ruled out drugs and alcohol as factors in the collision.


Sweet Lawyers sends out our heartfelt sympathies to the friends and family of the young victim during this difficult time.


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