Raymundo Garcia Obituary, Authorities Identify 21-Year-Old Raymundo Garcia In Fatal Calabasas Crash

Raymundo Garcia Obituary, Death – The police concluded on Tuesday that the person who had been killed in the incident that had taken place in Calabasas the day before was a guy who was 21 years old. They also determined that the collision had taken place the day before. The incident that caused the crash took place on Monday. According to the Los Angeles County Fire Department, Raymundo Garcia, age 21, was injured in the incident that took place, and he was pronounced deceased at the scene of the occurrence where he was injured after sustaining injuries. A collision occurred on the Ventura (101) Freeway just south of the Las Virgenes Road exit on Monday evening at approximately 9:10 o’clock. Both of the cars that were engaged were heading in the direction of the north.

Garcia was officially identified as the deceased individual in question in a statement that was released by the Los Angeles County Coroner-Medical Examiner’s Office on Tuesday afternoon. The statement also confirmed that Garcia was the person who had passed away. Two more people were rescued from the wreckage by emergency services workers. According to the Los Angeles Fire Department, one of the victims was sent to a hospital with injuries that were not considered to be life-threatening. A third person had injuries, but it was determined that their wounds were not severe enough to warrant a visit to the hospital; hence, they did not make their way to the institution in order to be examined there.

KTLA reports that the incident occurred on the interstate when traffic was moving in the northbound direction at the time. Due to the fact that it was essential to guarantee the well-being of everyone concerned, the lanes on both sides of the road had to be blocked off immediately after the collision took place. According to KTLA’s reporting, the incident caused the rollover of two automobiles, both of which had been parked on the opposite side of the road from where the collision had taken place.

 

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