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Jasmin Recendiz Morales Killed in Crash on 118 Freeway Near Sepulveda Boulevard

Woman Walks Into Traffic After Assaulting Uber Driver, Dies in Mission Hills Accident 

Mission Hills, CA (April 11, 2020) – A woman was killed after she was hit by a car in Mission Hills after assaulting an Uber driver. The fatal accident occurred on the morning of April 11 on the 118 Freeway. 

Los Angele resident Jasmin Recendiz Morales, 21, was riding in an Uber vehicle on the 118 Freeway, near Sepulveda Boulevard. She attacked the driver for unknown reasons, breaking his glasses. The driver pulled over and tried to remove Morales from the vehicle. However, she got into the driver’s seat and tried to take off. The driver took the keys out and pulled Morales out of the vehicle. He got into the car and drove off.

Morales then walked across the freeway, into traffic, and was hit by a Nissan Altima. She died from her injuries.

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of Jasmin Recendiz Morales.

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