UPDATE 6/15 — The Victorville Police Department issued a press release on June 15th and said the driver of the Chrysler Sebring and the passenger were pronounced deceased at the scene.
The investigation revealed that the Chrysler Sebring was traveling west on D Street when it crossed into opposing lanes and collided head-on with the tractor-trailer that was heading eastbound.
The impact from the collision forced the Chrysler Sebring back into the westbound lane on D Street where it broadsided a Toyota Tacoma.
The investigation is ongoing. Anyone with information regarding this collision or anyone who may have been a witness is asked to contact Deputy M. Lee or Deputy B. Jarzombek at the Victorville Police Department.
VICTORVILLE, Calif. (VVNG.com) — Two people were killed in an early morning multi-vehicle traffic collision in the city of Victorville early Tuesday morning.
The crash was reported at about 5:47 am, on June 14, 2022, along the 14600 block of D Street and involved three vehicles.
First responders located a dark 2001 Chrysler Sebring with extensive damage in the middle of the roadway, a pickup truck that crashed off the roadway and down into an embankment, and a tractor-trailer combination with moderate damage to the front driver side that had stopped along the shoulder.
Firefighters with Victorville Fire responded to the incident and reported they had two victims dead on arrival and another with non-serious injuries. The driver of the semi was not injured.
Authorities shut down D Street in both directions between the I-15 freeway and Air Expressway for the duration of the investigation. As of 1:30 pm, the roadway was still closed.
The official cause of the accident is currently under investigation by the Sheriff’s Major Accident Investigation Team (MAIT).
This is a developing story and additional details will be updated as they become available.
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