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Steven Manriquez Killed in Crash on Interstate 210 Near Sunflower Avenue


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Glendora, CA (November 2, 2020) – A man was killed in a rear-end crash in Glendora. The fatal accident occurred on the evening of November 2 on Interstate 210.

Steven Manriquez, 27, of Rowland Heights, was driving a Toyota Avalon on Interstate 210, near Sunflower Avenue, when he rear-ended a Freightliner big rig. Manriquez was ejected from the vehicle. He was killed in the crash. The truck driver, Cesar Morondo, 57, of Lake Elsinore, was not injured.  

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of Steven Manriquez.

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