The 28-year-old male who passed away in an accident involving two trucks on Sunday, June 21st, in Lancaster, California, has been identified. On Tuesday, June 23rd, the Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office named Dylan Waters of Palmdale as the victim.
The accident report showed that the collision took place at about 5:40 p.m. at the intersection of Avenue H and 90th Street East. Waters was heading northbound on 90th in a pickup truck, and another car was heading east.
According to the California Highway Patrol, the second vehicle drove into the victim’s path, causing a collision that left the man fatally injured. Responding medics pronounced Waters dead at the scene. The other driver, a 34-year-old Glendale man, suffered moderate injuries, and his passenger, a 31-year-old Tujunga male, sustained severe wounds.
The medics rushed the two to an area hospital for treatment. The CHP said they do not suspect the involvement of drugs or alcohol in the accident. There is no additional information.
Traffic collisions occur when a car collides with another vehicle, an object, or debris on the road, an animal, or a tree. When a car veers off the road and crashes, it is called a single-vehicle accident. When it involves another vehicle, it is a two-vehicle collision; it becomes a multiple-vehicle collision when the number extends to three and above.
Other classifications of accidents are auto-pedestrian collisions, auto-motorcycle collisions, auto-bicycle collisions, and auto-train collisions. The above and preceding are preventable with safe road habits and obedience to traffic rules and regulations.
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