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Head-On Car Crash Kills Dora Esperanza Rodas-Fuentes

San Bernardino – On Friday, around 4:19 p.m., a head-on crash took the life of Dora Esperanza Rodas-Fuentes. The accident happened in the 20000 block of Bear Valley Road in Apple Valley.  Rodas-Fuentes was going west on Bear Valley Road in a Chevrolet pick-up truck.  A driver going east drifted into opposing traffic and struck Rodas-Fuentes’ vehicle head-on.  Sadly, paramedics arrived at the scene to find Rodas-Fuentes dead due to ... Read More »

Pedestrian Carl Evans Killed By Drunk Driver In San Bernardino

San Bernardino – Carl Evans was killed on Sunday by a drunk driver. Evans was walking in a northbound direction on Highway 18 at mile marker 8.74 when struck by a vehicle. The accident happened at around 3:53 a.m. The Crestline resident was pronounced dead at the scene. He was only 30 years old. The driver of the vehicle which struck Evans was identified as Margaret Stegenga, also of Crestline. ... Read More »

Jose Landaverde Dies in Car Accident when Police Cruiser Collides with His Vehicle

SAN BERNARDINO – Davidalia “Jose” Landaverde, 58 years old, has died after the car which he was driving was struck by a police vehicle from the City of Fontana.  Landaverde, his wife of many years and his mother-in-law were traveling westbound on Ceres Avenue when a police car, which may have been traveling either east or Northbound struck their car.  The accident was so severe that investigators are not able to tell the direction ... Read More »

DeJuan De Mario Byrd Wrongful Death, Pedestrian Struck by Metrolink Train

San Bernardino, California - DeJuan De Mario Byrd, only 35 years old, was struck and killed by a Metrolink train near the Rialto train station on Friday in the evening. De Mario Byrd was a resident of Long Beach.  He was struck by the train at the north Sycamore Avenue crossing by a westbound train as it was approaching the metrolink station. Some Metrolink Stations are highly dangerous.  Pedestrians must be watchful.  More ... Read More »

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