Woman Killed in Crash on La Cruz Drive

Car Rolls Down Embankment in Fatal La Mesa Accident

Fatal Accident 2

La Mesa, CA (February 3, 2020) – A woman was killed in a solo-vehicle crash in La Mesa. The fatal accident occurred on the afternoon of February 3 on La Cruz Drive.

A couple was driving in a car when they went over a hill in the 4800 block of La Cruz Drive. The car tumbled down an embankment. A female passenger died in the crash. The male driver was hospitalized with unknown injuries. 

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

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