Driver, Passenger Die in Lost Hills Crash on Corcoran Road near Highway 46

Corcoran Road Crash
Update: 2 Men Killed in Corcoran Road Crash near Lost Hills

Bakersfield, California (October 18, 2022) – Two people died in a car crash that happened Monday morning near Lost Hills, according to the California Highway Patrol.

The accident occurred at about 6:41 a.m. on Corcoran Road just north of Highway 46.

At least two vehicles, including a 2011 Infiniti G37 and a 2008 Kia Spectra, were involved in the collision.

The Infiniti was reportedly traveling south on Corcoran Road when it drifted into a northbound lane, directly into the path of the Kia.

The front left side of the Infiniti collided with the front left side of the Kia.

A total of five people were involved in the accident. One of them was trapped in one of the cars, and two others were walking around with injuries.

The driver of the Kia and a passenger were pronounced dead at the scene.

Corcoran Road remained closed while authorities investigated.

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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Drivers, motorcyclists, bicyclists and even pedestrians are reminded to use the road responsibly. Drivers are specifically reminded NEVER to drive while impaired. P. Mark Shayani of Pacific Attorney Group says “There can never be any good reason for driving under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs”.

Shayani explains that impaired driving is not only about driving under the influence of alcohol. “Some over-the-counter drugs and prescription medications may cause impaired driving.” As a driver or rider, it is always good to read warning labels and follow directions of use about operating heavy machinery which includes driving a car or riding a motorcycle.

According to the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department, 1,159 lives were lost throughout California in drunk driving-related traffic collisions.

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