Man Killed in Pedestrian Crash on State Highway 18 near Christenson Road

4 Others Injured in Fatal Lucerne Valley Accident

Fatal Pedestrian Accident, Pedestrian Fatality, Pedestrian Killed

Lucerne Valley, CA (May 4, 2019) – A minivan hit a pedestrian in Lucerne Valley, killing him. The fatal crash occurred on the evening of May 4 on State Highway 18 near Christenson Road.

A woman was driving a minivan and heading east on State Highway 18 when she hit a pedestrian. The pedestrian died at the accident scene. The unidentified victim was described as a man in his mid-30s.

After hitting the man, the driver lost control, causing the minivan to roll several times. The woman was ejected and airlifted to a trauma center with major injuries.

A baby and two others inside the minivan were hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries.

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

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