Tragic Newport Beach Car Accident Leaves 5 Irvine Teens Dead
UPDATE: 5/29/2013 – It is important not to make any conclusions into the cause of this very tragic incident until all the facts have been investigated and all potential related factors have been carefully examined including a product defect, maintenance, defective tires, dangerous road conditions and other potential contributing factors.
Tragedy has struck the Orange County community as five teens were killed in a fiery car crash in Newport Beach. The teens were driving southbound on Jamboree Road when police say their car lost control, entered the center divider causing the Infiniti to smash into a tree which split the car and caught on fire. Four of the passengers were pronounced dead on the scene. The fifth was transported to Mission Viejo hospital, but did not survive.
Driver: 17-year-old Abdulrahman M. Alyahyan, a senior at University High School in Irvine
Passengers: Robin A. Cabrera, 17; Aurora C. Cabrera, 16; Nozad Al Hamawendi, 17; Cecilia D. Zamora, 17; all students at Irvine High School.
Anytime a tragedy like this occurs, it moves the entire community to take action to prevent this from happening again. It is critical that an immediate independent investigation begin to preserve important evidence.
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