Luis Oliva-Mendez, Jessie Edica Killed in Crash on West March Lane

Motorcycle, SUV Collide in Fatal Stockton Accident 

Stockton, CA (November 9, 2020) – A man and a girl were killed in a motorcycle crash in Stockton. The fatal accident occurred on the morning of November 9 on West March Lane.

A motorcycle was traveling on West March Lane when it collided with a Toyota Sequoia in a turn lane. The motorcycle rider, Luis Oliva-Mendez, 29, and a passenger in the Toyota, identified as Jessie Edica, 11, were taken to a local hospital, where they later died. The 69-year-old woman driving the Toyota and a 6-year-old passenger suffered minor injuries and were taken to a local hospital. 

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of Luis Oliva-Mendez and Jessie Edica.



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