Traffic Collision near Cactus Avenue Left Teen Dead, 7 InjuredMORENO VALLEY, CA (October 6, 2022) – Sunday afternoon, a two-vehicle crash on Moreno Beach Drive took the life of Isaac Linares. The fatal incident happened on October 2nd, at around 3:15 a.m. at the intersection of Moreno Beach Drive and Cactus Avenue. According to the report, a gray 2001 Lexus IS300, driven by Linares, ran past a red light and collided with a 2020 Honda Odyssey that entered the intersection on a green light. The Lexus then hit a metal traffic signal pole. The impact of the collision left several people with varying degrees of injuries. Emergency crews arrived shortly after and pronounced the Lexus driver, 17-year-old Isaac Linares of Moreno Valley, dead at the scene. Meanwhile, the 59-year-old female driver of the Honda and her five other passengers were hospitalized for minor injuries. Those with further information regarding the accident are encouraged to contact Moreno Valley Sheriff’s Station at 951-486-8206 or 951-776-1099.
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