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Allen Gaitan Killed in Crash on 14 Freeway Near Mountain Springs Road


Vehicle Goes Down Embankment in Fatal Acton Accident

Acton, CA (September 20, 2020) – A man was killed in a solo-vehicle crash in Acton. The fatal accident occurred on the morning of September 20 on the 14 Freeway.

Allen Gaitan, 41, of Palmdale, was driving a Toyota on the 14 Freeway, near Mountain Springs Road, when he went off the side of the road and went down an embankment. He died in the crash. His passenger suffered serious injuries and was taken to a local hospital.

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

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