On Saturday evening, in Long Beach, a woman was fatally struck by a vehicle colliding with several other pedestrians and occupied cars. Police have obtained new information suggesting that the collision might have been premeditated.
At 6:34 p.m., officers were dispatched to the intersection of Shoreline Drive and Aquarium Way in response to reports of a collision involving pedestrians and multiple vehicles.
The Long Beach Police Department reported that upon arrival, first responders discovered a woman lying in the roadway “who appeared to have been struck by a vehicle.”
Although LONG BEACH FIRE DEPARTMENT personnel administered CPR to the woman, she died instantly from her injuries.
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She was identified as 60-year-old Long Beach resident Romelia Cuarenta Aguilar.
The victim’s brother, Juan Cuarenta, told KTLA that his sister had dined at his food truck and that the entire family is in complete disbelief over the incident.
“Unexpectedly, nothing of the sort occurs. Beyond that, what more can I say? I called her sister. He said, “I mourn her passing because I adore and love her tremendously.”
Five additional victims of the potentially deliberate collision were also airlifted to nearby medical facilities, where authorities reported them to be in stable condition.
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