Lucretia Garland Killed in Crash on Gilman Springs Road

3 Vehicles Involved in Fatal Moreno Valley Accident

Moreno Valley, CA (January 19, 2021) – A woman was killed in a multi-vehicle crash in Moreno Valley. The fatal accident occurred on January 19 on Gilman Springs Road.

A sedan crossed the center line of Gilman Springs Road, near Alessandro Boulevard. It hit a box truck and collided head-on with a vehicle driver by Lucretia Garland, 31, of San Jacinto. She was taken to a local hospital, where she later died. Her three children suffered minor injuries. 

The driver of the sedan suffered serious injuries. The driver of the box truck was not injured.

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

#Moreno Valley


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