Phylis Newell, Carolyne Paradiso Killed in Crash at Indian Canyon Drive and Vista Chino

2 Vehicles Collide in Fatal Palm Springs Accident

Palm Springs, CA (March 16, 2020) – Two women were killed and two others were injured in a crash in Palm Springs. The fatal accident occurred on the evening of March 16 at Indian Canyon Drive and Vista Chino.

Two vehicles collided at the intersection after one driver ran a red light. It hit a car with three people inside. Two of those people – Oklahoma residents Phylis Newell, 68, and Carolyne Paradiso, 52 – died at the accident scene. Two others were hospitalized with major injuries. 

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of Phylis Newell and Carolyne Paradiso.

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