Fiery car crash leaves two dead on Grand Avenue near Morrison Street
According to My News LA, a fiery car crash on Grand Avenue, north of Morrison Street, left two men dead Sunday evening.
California Highway Patrol Officer Mike Lassig said, approximately at 9:30 p.m. on Sunday, Wayne Campbell, 64, of Lake Elsinore was exiting the American Legion Post 200 parking lot, located within 18800 block of Grand Avenue, to southbound Grand in his 2006 Mercedes-Benz when William Bradehoft, 43, of Riverside struck Campbell in the front of the car with his 2005 Triumph motorcycle.
As mentioned in the article, the collision triggered a fire on impact and the Mercedes was sent spinning into a fence where it was consumed by flames.
Reportedly, Riverside County firefighters arrived moments later and doused the blaze.
CHP Officer Mike Lassig stated, Bradehoft was traveling “at a high rate of speed, “going southbound on Grand, and did not have time to slow down when Campbell’s Mercedes entered the southbound lanes in the process of turning to go north on Grand, according to the article.
Both victims were pronounced dead at the scene of the incident, according to authorities.
This incident is currently being investigated and further details will be released at a later time.
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