Saturday Crash Kills Santa Ana Woman
The California Highway Patrol says alcohol was a factor in the Saturday evening crash. According to the CHP accident report, a 52-year old Santa Ana woman (name being withheld pending notification of next of kin) was driving a Toyota Tacoma pickup southbound on Scotty’s Castle Road. The report notes that the driver was not wearing a seat belt, and due to “alcohol intoxication” she allowed the truck to leave the roadway, over-correcting the truck leading to the vehicle overturning at minimum of one time. The driver, the lone occupant of the truck, was ejected sustaining fatal injuries. The single vehicle accident occurring at 5pm on Saturday, January 17th.
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