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Woman Killed in Pedestrian Crash on Beach Boulevard


Victim Hit by Car in Fatal Westminster Accident

Pedestrian Fatality 2

Westminster, CA (February 9, 2020) – A woman was killed in a pedestrian crash in Westminster. The fatal accident occurred on the evening of February 9 on Beach Boulevard.

The woman was hit by a car while crossing Beach Boulevard, near McFadden Avenue. She died at the accident scene. The driver remained at the crash site. 

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

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