Hugo Tiul Killed in Lost Hills Collision on Corcoran Road near Highway 46 

Lost Hills, California (October 18, 2022) – Hugo Tiul, of Lost Hills, was one of two people who died in a collision in Lost Hills Monday morning, the California Highway Patrol said.

The incident took place on Corcoran Road, just north of Highway 46 at about 6:41 a.m. October 17.

According to CHP, a black Infiniti swerved into the opposing lane and collided head-on with an oncoming silver Kia Spectra. A third vehicle was also involved in the wreck.

Tiul was among two parties in Kia who were killed in the crash. The other victim was identified as Alfredo Caal, 25, of Lost Hills.

One occupant was pinned in the Infiniti and was pulled out by the firefighters. The patient was transported to a hospital for treatment of unspecified injuries.

At least five people were hurt in the collision. The CHP is investigating the accident.

Original Story

Bakersfield, California (October 17, 2022) – One person was killed in a multi-vehicle collision that happened in Lost Hills, Kern County, on Monday morning.

According to the California Highway Patrol, the accident happened on Corcoran Road near Highway 46 at around 6:41 a.m.

Three vehicles were involved in the crash. The events leading up to the accident were not immediately established.

Officials say at least three people were trapped in the wreckage.

One person was killed in the accident.

The identity of the deceased person was not immediately disclosed.

Two people were transported to the hospital with unspecified injuries.

No additional information about the accident was provided.

An investigation into the accident is underway.

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