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Garrett Ryder Wade Killed in Crash at Walnut Avenue and Kazan Street


Motorcycle, Vehicle Collide in Fatal Irvine Accident

Irvine, CA (January 15, 2021) – A teen water polo star at Concordia University was killed in a motorcycle crash in Irvine. The fatal accident occurred on the morning of January 15 at Walnut Avenue and Kazan Street.

Garrett Ryder Wade, 18, was riding a motorcycle when he collided with a vehicle at the intersection. He was taken to a local hospital, where he later died. The other driver remained at the accident scene. 

Wade, of Orange, was known as an outstanding water polo athlete. He was a three-year varsity player and three-time all-league player 

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of Garrett Ryder Wade.

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