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RUSS

Brea, CA

#22 Sep 17, 2012
@Anaiss, We were eastbound in the right lane on C.H. Pkwy, and your friend was westbound. I did not see her until a split second before impact. There was one car in front of me, and the other accident victim was in front of that car, so the collision was 2 cars up from me. The VW just shot across the center lane the eastbound fast lane, and the collision was in the eastbound slow lane. A few cars were weaving and spinning quite a bit to avoid the VW even before impact as rush hour traffic eastbound was heavy. I pulled right over and was at her car in just a few seconds. We had to break the passenger window to get in, and I will spare the details here; you do not want to know; but I checked her pulse and breathing and she was gone. We then broke the window on the drivers door to try to get her out to administer CPR. By the time we had done this, the fire dept was rolling up, so we let them take over. they administered CPR for at least 30 minutes or more until they loaded her in the ambulance. My prayers go out to all of her family and friends.
kristy

Chino, CA

#23 Sep 18, 2012
This is sad. My hearts and prayers to each and everyone involved.
Juliet

Chino, CA

#24 Sep 18, 2012
Mr. Pirrone, As I read the last paragraph you wrote about your angel I couldn't stop crying - it was beautiful. My heart goes out to you and your family.
Anonymous

United States

#25 Sep 19, 2012
Jim wrote:
I witnessed the accident. One of the scariest things I ever saw. Happened so quickly. The yellow VW came across three lanes of traffic in a direct line without slowing down or turning at all. The only thing I could think is that something must have happened to the driver of the VW that made them unaware of what was happening. Who ever was in the Accord did not have time to see what was coming or respond. Both cars moving about 40 miles an hour, head on collision. Still rattled from this scene.
The family is looking for witnesses to speak to please call the chino hills police
DAVE

Chino Hills, CA

#26 Sep 29, 2012
does anone know what happened on71 hyway at butterfeld ranch road. saw fireman doing cpr on accident vctim 09/29/2012
Jose M

Rancho Cucamonga, CA

#27 Oct 1, 2012
Ali just found out what happened sweetie and althou I only knew you a couple of years I will never forget your smile, enthusiasm, joyous love of life. R.I.P. my friend God bless you.
Michelle

Riverside, CA

#28 Oct 20, 2012
RUSS wrote:
@Anaiss, We were eastbound in the right lane on C.H. Pkwy, and your friend was westbound. I did not see her until a split second before impact. There was one car in front of me, and the other accident victim was in front of that car, so the collision was 2 cars up from me. The VW just shot across the center lane the eastbound fast lane, and the collision was in the eastbound slow lane. A few cars were weaving and spinning quite a bit to avoid the VW even before impact as rush hour traffic eastbound was heavy. I pulled right over and was at her car in just a few seconds. We had to break the passenger window to get in, and I will spare the details here; you do not want to know; but I checked her pulse and breathing and she was gone. We then broke the window on the drivers door to try to get her out to administer CPR. By the time we had done this, the fire dept was rolling up, so we let them take over. they administered CPR for at least 30 minutes or more until they loaded her in the ambulance. My prayers go out to all of her family and friends.
Russ, I am her biological mother. Please, I need to Know what happened to my daughter. I am not getting answers. The corinor gave me the legal and documented report but I need the truth. Russ I beg of you to contact me. mmartin214@gmail.com
sls

Lake Elsinore, CA

#29 Dec 13, 2012
they said she blacked out because she had been having anxiety we all miss her she was also one of my best friends
Teri

Chino Hills, CA

#30 Jan 24, 2013
Larry Pirrone wrote:
I am Ali's dad. First, I want to thank everyone for careing. We have received hundreds of heartfelt messages from friends and even those who don't know us or Ali. Ali's facebokk is full of expressions of love from her friends and family.It is gratifying to know that she was loved by so many. She was indeed a sweet, kind and loving person and she received what she gave.
We are so deeeply woumded by her loss. I cannot find words to express how difficult this is.
When things like this happen we want an explanation. We have a theory but it is only that. Ali was scheduled for oral surgery to remove wisdon teeth. This was to occur at 5 pm. She was instructed to fast and not consume water. We beleive that this went from 8 pm wednesday night to the time of the accident. At the hospital, several hours after the death she had a blood test for glucose. It was 45. normal is 100 and the 50's can result in confusion, coma and siezure. There is even anecdotal evidence that this can result in sudden cardiac death. This test is not 100% reliable after death but it may provide an inferance as to the cause of her losing control of the car and suddenly driving accross 3 lanes of traffic. Ali had been a good driver the last 4 years and it is unlikely that she did this without a physical cause that she did not control.
We are concerned for the man she hit and hope that reports of his injuries being moderate and of his release are true.
Our daughter is was and always will be the love of our life. She came to us at age 14 months and she was on loan until now. No one ever belongs to another. On her facebook she made a comment some time ago and expressed that we should always realize that we may not always have those we love and so we need to tell them and apprecaite them. How profetic those words are.
Mr. Perrone Iam really sorry for the loss your daughter. I did not know her. My parents died in 1996 when I was 22, three weeks apart. My mom had cancer and we were told that she was terminal. My dad was a quiet calm person who never really spoke of his problems or worries. He spoke to me one night and told me that if my mom were to die, he would be heart broken but he would continue on with his life. He said your mom will be in a better place and that his sadness would be because of the fact that he was human and that he would miss her. That she would be happy. He passed away a month later. He was 59 and had no known illness. Three weeks later my mom passed at age 50. I remember my dads words all the time. When I start to feel sad I think to myself, I'm not sad for them...they're happy and together in another place. I'm sad because I am humanly selfish and wishing they're here with me. However I know that they are waiting for me just as your daughter is waiting for you. Then me and you will be in that better place and can look down on our loved ones. Not with remorse or regret, only pure love and pure happiness. I'm definately not saying don't mourn or ever be sad. Just realize that your sadness is something only you feel, not Ali. Only her human life is gone. Her spirit is wide awake and alive and with you!! Take care and like your daughter said make everyday matter with family and just know that you have an eternity left to live with Ali.
Doug Dean

Chino, CA

#31 Jul 24, 2013
I came across the accident and check his pulse with others. He had none on his arm nor his neck. He was working for the city cutting grass when an elder lady hit him. I comforted the witness, who was walking away from the scene, and kept her calm until a policeman spoke with her.

The man had a compound fracture of one of his ankles, which was almost separated from his leg. His face and head looked injured on one side.
Panini wrote:
What happened on Chino Hills Pkwy tonight? Was it a fatality? My husband tried to get through on his bike and they said it was a crime scene.
Doug Dean

Chino, CA

#32 Jul 24, 2013
I came across the accident and check his pulse with others. He had none on his arm nor his neck. He was working for the city cutting grass when an elder lady hit him. I comforted the witness, who was walking away from the scene, and kept her calm until a policeman spoke with her.

The man had a compound fracture of one of his ankles, which was almost separated from his leg. His face and head looked injured on one side.
Michelle

Shippensburg, PA

#33 Jul 25, 2013
Doug Dean wrote:
I came across the accident and check his pulse with others. He had none on his arm nor his neck. He was working for the city cutting grass when an elder lady hit him. I comforted the witness, who was walking away from the scene, and kept her calm until a policeman spoke with her.
The man had a compound fracture of one of his ankles, which was almost separated from his leg. His face and head looked injured on one side.
Doug, you have posted to the wrong blog. This bkog is from Sept 13, 2012. This accident was a single fatality, female, 21. This devistating accident took the life of my daughter. Its been 10 months since this happened and it still feels like it was just yesterday.

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