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Andon Alexander Urbina Killed in Crash at Old River and Copus Roads


Car Hits Semi Truck in Fatal Maricopa Accident 

Maricopa, CA (May 17, 2020) – A teen was killed in a crash in Maricopa. The fatal accident occurred on the evening of May 17 at Old River and Copus roads.

A car ran a stop sign and collided with a semi truck at the intersection. A 16-year-old boy inside the car, identified as Andon Alexander Urbina of Tehachapi, was inside the vehicle. He died in the crash. The others inside the car suffered minor injuries. 

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of Andon Alexander Urbina. 

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