Harbor Freeway Car Crash Kills Two Women
Two women were fatally injured in Los Angeles today after the 1998 BMW 328i coupe they were driving in rolled over. The car accident occurred on the Harbor 110 freeway at 1: 49 a.m. after the female driver, a Downey woman, missed the eastbound transition to the Glenn Anderson (105) Freeway. She made a sharp right turn and lost control, ejecting four of the car’s passengers after the vehicle began to rollover. The 20-year-old driver and three other passengers were injured.
Cindy Luna (whose address is unknown) and Karla Castillo of Los Angeles were declared dead at the scene. The Driver and a 22-year-old Lynwood woman were taken to California Hospital east of LA while the 18 and 20-year-old passengers, both from Huntington Park, were taken to Harbor UCLA in Torrance. All were listed in critical condition.
When young adults are taken too soon, it can compound a tragedy like this. Add to this that so many were injured while two were killed and the grief among friends and family will be immeasurable. When all is said and done however, the family of the deceased victims will have to investigate the car accident to make sure what happened. If they find for instance, that the driver was drunk, they could potentially file a wrongful death lawsuit against the responsible party. If someone you love was taken due to someone else’s bad choices, you can pursue the matter in court. Call us today for a free consultation and learn what our seasoned wrongful death attorneys can do for you.