Sheriff Deputy Nicholas O’Loughlin Killed in DUI Crash at Euclid and Edison Avenues

Yijie Mao Arrested on DUI Charges in Fatal Chino Accident

Fatal Car Crash, Fatal Accident, Fatal Car Accident

Chino, CA (February 17, 2019) – A sheriff’s deputy was killed in a DUI crash in Chino. The fatal accident happened just after midnight on February 17 at Euclid and Edison avenues.

The vehicle of off-duty San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department Deputy Nicholas O’Loughlin was hit by another vehicle at the intersection. O’Loughlin, 28, died at the accident scene.

The driver of the other vehicle, 26-year-old Yijie Mao of Alhambra, was arrested on DUI and vehicular manslaughter charges.

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of Nicholas O’Loughlin.

Nadrich & Cohen is an active donor and supporter of several local MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) chapters throughout California.


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