Pickup Truck Collision near Campbell Way Left Two FatalitiesOXNARD, CA (January 13, 2023) – Early Sunday morning, Jennifer Antillon and Irasema Rodriguez were both pronounced dead after a pickup truck collision. Oxnard Officials and fire rescue responded to the incident around 3:58 a.m., near the intersection of Perkins Road and Campbell Way. According to initial reports, a pickup traveling south on Perkins Road wrecked into some parked vehicles along the side of the roadway, before finally overturning. Upon arrival, officials discovered the destroyed 2004 Ford F-150 with two occupants inside. Unfortunately, the two women succumbed to their injuries at the scene, despite the life-saving efforts of the firefighters. Authorities later identified the 21-year-old driver as Jennifer Antillon and her 23-year-old passenger, Irasema Rodriguez. Police claimed that alcohol played a factor; however, Oxnard Officials continued investigating the circumstances surrounding the incident. Anyone with additional information about the fatal solo vehicle collision are encouraged to contact Corporal Andrew Pinkstaff at (805)-385-7750.
No words can mend the broken hearts and sorrow felt during this delicate moment. Deepest condolences and sympathies are with the family and friends of Jennifer Antillon and Irasema Rodriguez.
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