It was expected that New Year’s Eve would bring many accidents and car crashes. It comes with the territory. However, when the crash is not readily attributable to drugs or alcohol, it brings more questions.
Along a Southern California Freeway on New Year’s Eve, a horrific crash took the lives of a seven-year-old boy and four adults.
The accident, which occurred at about 7 pm, involved a Toyota Yaris carrying the seven-year-old boy and three other passengers colliding with a red Toyota sedan. The location of the accident was along the I-10 interstate in Ontario, California.
All four occupants of the red sedan were pronounced dead at the scene. Inside the Yaris were the driver, a juvenile female passenger and two juvenile male passengers. All were transported to the hospital. Sadly, the seven-year-old boy died at the hospital.
The coroner’s office states that the accident seems to stem from a problem with the Yaris. The car apparently began to accelerate uncontrollably and the driver was unable to stop the vehicle. The investigation is ongoing, but at this time, there is no indication that drugs or alcohol were involved in the crash.
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