Homeless Woman Killed in Crash on 118 Freeway Near San Fernando Road

Driver Loses Control on Slick Road in Fatal Pacoima Accident

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Pacoima, CA (November 20, 2019) – A homeless woman was killed in a crash in Pacoima. The fatal accident occurred on November 20 on the 118 Freeway. 

A driver lost control of his van on the slick road on the 118 Freeway, near San Fernando Road. The vehicle went down an embankment and landed in a homeless encampment. The van overturned and hit a homeless woman. She died at the accident scene. 

The male driver was unaware he had hit anyone until the California Highway Patrol lifted his van. He was able to exit the van and was not injured in the crash.

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of the victim.



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