Mary Benjamin Killed in Pedestrian Accident on 5 Freeway [Tustin, CA]

Mary Benjamin Killed in Pedestrian Accident on 5 Freeway [Tustin, CA]

Mary Benjamin Killed in Pedestrian Accident on 5 Freeway [Tustin, CA]

Mary Benjamin Dies in Tustin 5 Freeway Pedestrian Accident

 
Tustin, CA (November 22, 2020) – On Sunday, 23-year-old Mary Benjamin died in a pedestrian accident on the 5 Freeway.
 
Moreover, the fatal Tustin accident happened at about 11:40 p.m. north of Tustin Ranch Road.
 
Shortly after, the Orange County Coroner’s Office said Benjamin was struck while walking southbound on the 5 Freeway.
 
Furthermore, there is no available explanation as to why she was walking along the freeway.
 
Consequently, authorities pronounced Ms. Benjamin dead at the scene.
 
Meanwhile, the California Highway Patrol’s Santa Ana office continues to investigate the 5 Freeway crash.


We at Sweet Lawyers would like to express our condolences to the family and friends of Mary Benjamin.


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