4 dead and 2 injured after wrong-way car crash in Sanger
According to a recent article from Fox 26 News, there was a car crash in Sanger in which four people were killed and two others were hospitalized at Academy Avenue and South of Shields Avenue.
Per the article, the crash occurred early Sunday morning at the intersection of Academy Avenue and South of Shields Avenue when a 2002 Ford was driving on the wrong side of the road. Subsequently, the vehicle crashed head-on with another car.
As mentioned in the article, two children inside the 2002 Ford were killed, and the third was transported to Community Region Medical Center (CRMC).
California Highway Patrol officers reported that the driver of the Ford and the front passenger were not wearing seatbelts during the accident and as a result, they also died in the car accident.
The other driver involved in the car accident was identified as Francisco Cordero of Sanger, who was taken to CRMC as well. There are no updates on the condition of Cordero at this time.
Currently, the California Highway Patrol is leading the investigation into the cause of this crash and will determine liability once the investigation has concluded.
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