LANCASTER (AP) — Authorities have identified four people who were killed in a collision on a desert road in northern Los Angeles County.
Coroner’s Investigator Kristy McCracken tells City News Service two adults and two teenagers died at the scene.
The California Highway Patrol says a car blew a stop sign and broadsided a pickup Saturday evening in Lancaster in the Mojave Desert. The vehicles rolled into a ditch.
Killed were 22-year-old Marissa Fritz, 17-year-old Brianna Heyrend, 17-year-old Roland Mohan and 49-year-old Arturo Delatorre. Authorities said the young people were in the Honda Civic. The teenagers were not wearing seatbelts.
Three others were badly injured and taken to the hospital.
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