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Shayna Alexander, David Salazar Injured in Crash at Amargosa Road and Roy Rogers Drive


Alexander Runs Red Light in Victorville Accident

Victorville, CA (April 7, 2020) – Two people were injured in a crash in Victorville. The accident occurred on the evening of April 7 at Amargosa Road and Roy Rogers Drive.

Shayna Alexander, 30, was driving a Chevrolet Malibu when she ran a red light at the intersection. She collided with a Jeep driven by David Salazar, 22. Both vehicles overturned due to the impact. Alexander became trapped inside the Malibu. Firefighters removed the roof from her vehicle to free her. She was then airlifted to a local hospital with major injuries.

Salazar was able to exit his vehicle on his own. He complained of abdominal pain.

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