Crash in Southern California kills 13: What you need to know
On March 2, Tuesday morning a crash involving an SUV and a tractor-trailer killed 13 people in Southern California. The crash happened at about 6 a.m., 42 miles west of the Arizona border, on the outskirts of Holtville, California. According to initial reports, there were 25 people inside S.U.V. and 12 people died by the time police arrived on the scene and one person died in the hospital. Chief of California Highway patrol informed that the trailer was traveling north on Route 115 when the driver of S.U.V. pulled into its path. The dead people had ages from 20 to 55. One injured person in the hospital is aged 16, and the oldest is 65.