Riverside driver, 19, killed in Jurupa Valley crash

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By | February 8, 2024

JURUPA VALLEY — A 19-year-old driver who died in a single vehicle crash in Jurupa Valley on Tuesday evening was identified Wednesday. Antonio Delgadillo of Riverside and a passenger were found with serious injuries when emergency responders arrived at the scene of the crash at Limonite Avenue and Avenue San Juan Bautista, according to the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department. Emergency personnel were called to the scene at 9:19 p.m. The vehicle was traveling at high speed before loosing control and crashing into a tree, Sgt. Iemsisanith said. The two occupants required extrication from the vehicle. Both Delgadillo and the passenger were rushed to a nearby hospital, where Delgadillo later died from his injuries. The passenger is expected to survive. The crash was under investigation.
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