San Bernardino Car Crash Leaves Unborn Child, 2 Adults Dead And 3 Injured

Unborn child, 2 killed, 3 injured in IE crash

Three people were ejected from the silver 2003 Nissan Altima and two others were trapped inside after it went over the edge of Ridge Line Drive in the hills of San Bernardino. Police say the car carrying five people was headed up the hill – the road makes a slight curve, but the driver continued straight, traveling right over the edge. The car rolled several times and fell 200 yards down the side of a hill and ended up in a ravine, San Bernardino County Fire said. Cesar Andrew Caro, 24, of San Bernardino and Jennifer Blancas, 19, of Banning were pronounced dead at the scene. Firefighters found the third man who was ejected. He was immediately rescued and transported to the hospital with multiple fractures to his spine. He was identified as a 23-year-old man from San Bernardino. A female and a pregnant woman, both 19, were trapped inside the car. The pregnant woman was airlifted to the hospital, but suffered extensive injuries including the loss of her unborn child. The other female did not suffer any substantial injuries. “It sounded like something was scraping at the back door, and it went on for a little while, uh, so I got up and walked around the house,” said neighbor Brian Bouskill.
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Single Car Accident on FM 172 Kills Driver, Critically Injures Passenger

The Hartford Courant reported at the time that Massachusetts investigators were interested in speaking with Singleton in connection with their investigation into Hernandez. A passenger in the car, Tabitha Perry, 27, survived the crash, but died last week after being found unconscious and not breathing inside a Southington home. The cause of her death remains under investigation, with toxicology tests pending. New England Patriots tight end, Aaron Hernandez, was taken into custody by police on June 26, according to news reports Hernandez, who grew up in Bristol, Conn., is charged with murder in the shooting death of 27-year-old Odin Lloyd, whose body was found in June not far from Hernandezs home in North Attleborough, Mass. He has pleaded not guilty. Authorities also have been investigating whether Hernandez is linked to a 2012 double homicide in Boston. While investigating Lloyds death, police searched Singletons Bristol home and found an SUV rented in Hernandezs name that was wanted in connection with the Boston killings. Singleton was married to Hernandezs cousin Tanya Singleton, who was indicted in September on charges of criminal contempt and conspiracy to commit accessory after the fact in the Lloyd shooting.
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Charges filed after woman survives car crash, dies in second accident

Woman dies after being hit by a car

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Hernandez acquaintance killed in crash was on drugs

He was 44. Arrington, nicknamed Tank, was an assistant head coach on Terry Bowdens staff and also worked with the offensive line. He coached at North Alabama and Mississippi earlier in his career. E-BOOK: 21 Lives of 2013: The best obituaries of the year We have lost someone who was truly special and had dedicated his life to guiding young men, Bowden said in a release. Tank was a very good friend and a great person. My thoughts are with his family and those who had the chance to know him and play for him. In all my years of coaching I have never known someone who loved and cared for his players more than Tank. I have lost a best friend and Im heartbroken. Arrington was in his second season at Akron. He graduated from Ole Miss in 1994. The Zips family has suffered a great loss, Akron athletic director Tom Wistrcill said. Tank was a wonderful representative of the University and our team, and our thoughts are with his family and friends in this difficult time. Copyright 2013 The Associated Press.
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Report: Thieves crash car into Apple store for theft

Just days before Christmas, one person is dead and another is airlifted to a Wichita Falls hospital following a single car accident on Monday evening. Department of Public Safety Trooper Tony Fulton says the accident happened just before 5 p.m. Fulton says 44-year-old Vanessa Anna Bolf was driving a 1999 Honda CRV on FM 172 and took a sharp curve going too fast and lost control. Fulton says Bolf, a Scotland resident, lost control of the vehicle, went off the road and rolled the car several times. He says Bolf and her passenger, 49-year-old Samuel Wolf from Windthorst, were both ejected. Bolf was pronounced dead on the scene and Wolf was care-flighted to United Regional where Fulton says he is listed in critical condition. Fulton says it appears both victims were not wearing their seat belts at the time of the accident. DPS continues to investigate what led to the crash.
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Akron says assistant coach killed in car accident

Sunday on the North Loop near the North Freeway. Police said the 21-year-old woman was taking the exit ramp when she lost control of her car and crashed into a barricade. Police said the woman got out of her Chevy Impala and stood in a lane on the freeway. Quick Clicks According to officers, another driver noticed the woman, stopped, and tried to convince her to get back in the car because it was not safe, but the woman refused. Moments later, police said the driver of a Kia hit the Impala, which then hit the woman. The woman died at the scene. The witness who tried to help the woman was not injured. Houston police identified Richard Arroyo, 24, as the driver of the Kia. He was questioned at the scene and charged with driving while intoxicated. The victim’s name was not immediately released. Copyright 2013 by
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