Early Morning Collision in Apple Valley Leaves Man Useless and Girl Severely Injured

Early Morning Collision in Apple Valley Leaves Man Useless and Girl Severely Injured

APPLE VALLEY, Calif. (VVNG.com) — A 33-year-old man died following a site visitors collision involving an SUV and a pickup truck early Wednesday morning within the City of Apple Valley.

On March 27, 2024, at roughly 12:13 a.m., deputies from the Apple Valley Sheriff’s Station and rescue personnel from the Apple Valley Fireplace Division responded to the collision on Central Street, north of the intersection of Pahute Avenue.

Deputies decided the driving force of a inexperienced/white Ford Ranger was touring south on Central Street and getting near the place Pahute Avenue crosses it. On the similar time, a silver Dodge Durango was transferring north on the identical street.

For an unknown motive, the Ford left the roadway inflicting the driving force to lose management of the automobile. The Ford crossed into the northbound lane and collided with the oncoming Dodge.

The male driver of the Ford Ranger, a resident of San Bernardino, sustained main accidents and was transported to an area hospital the place he was pronounced deceased. His id is being withheld pending notification of subsequent of kin.

The motive force of the Dodge Durango, a 47-year-old girl from Phelan, sustained main accidents. She was airlifted to a close-by trauma heart and is in secure situation.

Sheriff’s officers acknowledged that it’s at the moment unknown if medicine or alcohol had been an element on this crash.

Investigators from the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Division Main Accident Investigation Workforce (M.A.I.T) responded and are conducting an investigation.

Central Street from Little Beaver Street to Pahute Avenue was closed for about 3 hours whereas investigators processed the scene for proof.

Anybody with any info or witnesses to the collision are requested to contact Deputy R. Grissom on the Apple Valley Sheriff’s Station at (760) 240-7400 or Sheriff’s Dispatch at (760) 956-5001.

Callers wishing to stay nameless are urged to name the We-Tip Hotline at 1-800-78CRIME (27463) or you could depart the knowledge on the We-Tip web site at www.wetip.com.

(Photograph: Alex Gomez, HDI)

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