Aleyia Rivas, Dyllon Carrillo, Kendra Herrera Dead, Basil Martinez Airlifted after Auto Collision on Goffs Road [Goffs, CA]


Three Killed, One Injured in Single-Vehicle Rollover Crash near Landfair Valley Road

GOFFS, CA (September 2, 2022) – Monday, Aleyia Rivas, Dyllon Carrillo, and Kendra Herrera were killed in an auto collision on Goffs Road.

The fatal crash occurred around 12:59 p.m., about four miles west of Landfair Valley Road.

Per reports, four occupants were inside an SUV that overturned before slamming into a Verizon pole. Authorities later identified the deceased victims as 20-year-old Rivas, of Whittier 23-year-old Carrillo, of Anaheim and 24-year-old Herrera, of Whittier.

In addition, medics airlifted the fourth occupant, Basil Martinez to a Las Vegas Hospital for further treatment of serious injuries.

No further details regarding the Goffs Road car collision are public at this time; however, more information will be provided once made available. At this time, the CHP Needles Office is handling the investigation.

No words can mend the broken hearts and sorrow felt during this delicate moment. The team at Sweet James offers their deepest condolences and sympathies to the families and friends of Aleyia Rivas, Dyllon Carrillo, and Kendra Herrera.

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