2 Killed in Crash on Bear Valley Road

2 Vehicles Collide Head-on in Fatal Apple Valley Accident

Apple Valley, CA (December 16, 2020) – Two people were killed and two others were injured in a head-on crash in Apple Valley. The fatal accident occurred on the evening of December 16 on Bear Valley Road.

A 26-year-old woman was driving a Ford Taurus on Bear Valley Road when she crossed over into the left-hand turn lane in front of a Toyota Camry driven by a 54-year-old man. The two vehicles collided head-on. Both drivers died at the accident scene.

A woman in the Toyota and a 4-year-old girl inside the Ford suffered critical injuries. They were airlifted to a local trauma center.

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of the victims. 

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