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Frank Torres Killed in Crash on 60 Freeway Near Hall Avenue


Vehicle Hits Tree in Fatal Jurupa Valley Accident

Jurupa Valley, CA (April 26, 2020) – A man was killed in a solo-vehicle crash in Pomona. The fatal accident occurred on the afternoon of April 26 on the 60 Freeway.

Perris resident Frank Torres, 43, was driving a Toyota Avalon on the 60 Freeway, near Hall Avenue. He veered onto the shoulder for unknown reasons and went off the side of the road. He went down an embankment and hit a large tree. 

Firefighters freed Torres from the Toyota. However, he died at the accident scene.

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