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Fahad Alogaily and Ahmed Alogaily Killed in Traffic Crash on 60 Freeway [Moreno Valley, CA]

Fahad Alogaily and Ahmed Alogaily Killed in Traffic Crash on 60 Freeway [Moreno Valley, CA]

Fahad Alogaily and Ahmed Alogaily Dead after Moreno Valley Traffic Collision

 
MORENO VALLEY, CA (September 8, 2019) – Two people identified as Fahad Alogaily, 18, and Ahmed Alogaily, 20, died after a traffic crash on Thursday, September 5.
 
CHP said that at around about 1:12 p.m.,  55-year-old Mitchell Finesod of Cathedral City drove a 1993 Corvette west on the 60 Freeway. It is two miles east of Gilman Springs Road in an area where there is construction taking place.
 
Finesod illegally passed slower-moving cars on the right shoulder. This caused the Corvette to clip the right front wheel of a big rig. The force sent the Corvette spinning onto the concrete center median. Then it crashed with an eastbound Jaguar SUV.
 
The collision sheared off the top of the SUV and instantly killed the SUV driver and the left rear passenger. The Corvette rested in the westbound lanes.
 
The SUV passengers sitting on the right side sustained injured. They were expected to survive, as was Finesod.
 
The incident, in the area known as the Badlands, shut down 60 Freeway in both directions from Gilman Springs Road to the 10 Freeway. The closure lasted for about three hours.
 
Finesod was in CHP custody after receiving treatment for minor injuries. He had not been booked into jail or charged as of Saturday morning.


In light of this devastating news, our firm would like to send our heartfelt sympathies to the loved ones of Fahad Alogaily and Ahmed Alogaily.


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