Authorities ID 4 Killed In Lancaster Crash

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.

RELATED STORY: 4 Dead, 3 Critically Hurt In 2-Car Traffic Collision In Lancaster

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