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Enrique Boris Alvarado Mira Killed in Crash on 710 Freeway


Man Falls 60 Feet in Fatal Long Beach Accident

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Long Beach, CA (July 21, 2019) – A man was killed after going off a transition road and falling 60 feet in a Long Beach crash. The fatal accident occurred on the morning of July 21 on the 710 Freeway. 

Huntington Park resident Enrique Boris Alvarado Mira, 23, was driving a Nissan Altima on the transition road from the 710 south to the 91 Freeway east. He went off the road and over the retaining wall. The Nissan fell 60 feet, rotated and landed on its roof. 

The car then caught fire. Firefighters tried to rescue him, but he died at the accident scene. 

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of Enrique Boris Alvarado Mira.

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