APPLE VALLEY, Calif. (VVNG.com) — A 23-year-old man was killed and a 5-year-old youngster was injured on account of a high-speed crash that occurred in Apple Valley late Tuesday evening.
On November 24, 2020, at roughly 10:51 PM, Victor Valley Station deputies carried out a visitors cease on a white 2004 Ford Mustang within the space of Kiowa Street and Bear Valley Street, for a number of automobile code violations.
Officers stated the motive force did not yield and led deputies on a high-speed pursuit lasting roughly three miles.
“The driving force drove east on Bear Valley Street into oncoming lanes of visitors earlier than turning round and driving west on Bear Valley Street. The driving force continued north on Kiowa Street and did not cease at a number of posted cease indicators and driving at speeds of roughly 100 miles per hour,” said a sheriff’s information launch.
Deputies misplaced visible of the Ford close to the intersection of Kiowa Street and Teton Street and decreased pace for the upcoming curve within the roadway.
“The suspect misplaced management of the automobile close to the intersection of Kiowa Street and Ottawa Street and collided with a number of giant timber within the entrance yard of a residence. When deputies arrived on the visitors collision, they discovered the motive force and a five-year-old youngster with main accidents,” said the information launch.
Deputies rendered fast medical therapy to the five-year-old and tried to free the trapped driver from the automobile.
Rescue personnel from the Apple Valley Fireplace Safety District and American Medical Response rendered medical therapy to the five-year-old. Medical personnel pronounced the motive force deceased on scene. The five-year-old was transported by air ambulance to Loma Linda College Medical Heart.
The investigation of the collision is ongoing. Kiowa Street south of Powhatan Street and north of Ottawa Street was closed in each instructions for a number of hours whereas the scene was processed for proof and interviews have been carried out.
Anybody with data or any witnesses to the collision is requested to contact Deputy A. Hylin on the Victorville Sheriff’s Station.