A 50-year-old Fullerton woman has been killed and four others were injured in a three-car accident in Diamond Bar, according to a news report.
The California Highway Patrol said that Juana Gutierrez-Gomez was a passenger in a Toyota sedan traveling north on the 57 freeway in Diamond Bar when the Toyota slowed for traffic and was rear-ended by a Ford. She died at the scene.
Another female passenger in the Toyota was hospitalized with major injuries; the Toyota driver and a third passenger suffered moderate injuries. The driver of the Ford had minor injuries.
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