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Ashley Rodriguez, Bryan Panecatl Ponce Killed in Crash Near Marietta Street


Vehicle Overturns in Fatal Los Angeles Accident

Los Angeles, CA (November 20, 2020) – Two people were killed in a solo-vehicle crash in Los Angeles. The fatal accident occurred on the evening of November 20 near Marietta Street.

Bryan Panecatl Ponce, 18, from Highland Park, was driving a Honda Accord that overturned on the transition road from the northbound Santa Ana Freeway to the westbound Santa Monica Freeway. The crash happened near Marietta Street. Ponce and a passenger, Ashley Rodriguez, 18, from Los Angeles, died at the accident scene.

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of Ashley Rodriguez and Bryan Panecatl Ponce. 


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