According to the Highland Police Department, four family members were in a gold Ford Taurus when it collided with a silver Acura TL at Palm Avenue and Cypress Street in Highland. The collision caused the Taurus to overturn and burst into flames, killing Nicholas Luna, 17; Vanessa Hermosillo, 8; and Aiden Hermosillo, 7 instantly. The driver, Juan Perez, 83, was taken to Loma Linda University Medical Center with critical burn injuries. He died shortly after arriving at the hospital.
An investigation into the tragic accident by the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department’s Major Accident Investigation Team is ongoing.
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