East D Street Crash Kills Ontario Man Albert Cruz
San Bernardino, CA (March 22, 2021) – On Saturday, 35-year-old Albert Cruz of Ontario died in a motorcycle crash on East D Street.
The fatal crash happened at 10:23 p.m. west of Corona Avenue.
When officers arrived, they located a mid-size SUV and a motorcycle, which were involved in the crash.
Meanwhile, reports said an SUV was traveling westbound on East D Street and slowing to make a right turn into a residential driveway.
At the same time, the motorcyclist, Cruz, was traveling westbound and attempted to pass the SUV on the right.
Right away, rescuers rushed Cruz to San Antonio Regional Hospital where he was pronounced dead at 11:34 P.M.
The Ontario Police Department investigates the crash.
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