Two die in Pomona car crash near 10 F...

Two die in Pomona car crash near 10 Freeway

There are 47 comments on the San Gabriel Valley Tribune story from Jan 15, 2010, titled Two die in Pomona car crash near 10 Freeway. In it, San Gabriel Valley Tribune reports that:

A fiery car crash killed two people Thursday evening in Pomona. Police are still investigating the cause of the crash, but officers say it appears the driver of a 2005 Nissan Frontier exited the westbound 10 Freeway, ran a red light and struck a 2006 BMW 325i heading north on Towne Avenue at 9:14 p.m. Officers came to the scene and found two ...

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highdesertlady

Hesperia, CA

#1 Jan 15, 2010
Why are so many people behind the wheel in such a hurry these days! My condolences go out to the families of these two that didn't make it.
Tam

Victorville, CA

#2 Jan 15, 2010
These people that have no concern or regard for anyone else not even themselves. Obvious don't care enough for their families to take it easy on the road to make sure they get to their loved ones. Tragic loss for the innocent person that was hit he/she did not deserve to die. You just never know May God have Mercy on Us.
el chino tigre

United States

#11 Jan 15, 2010
Pancho wrote:
i bet u the one in the frontier was an asian driver they got to open their eyes when they drive they are too dangerous on the wheel
Look out and see who's driving altimas, maxima and trucks around the sgv.
Rancho Cucamonga Resident

Downey, CA

#12 Jan 15, 2010
R.I.P to the 2 people that passed away. People o need to stop being in such a hurry now a days.
DMP

Los Angeles, CA

#13 Jan 15, 2010
I guess people were never in a hurry back in the day huh?
Jumping Jim

Los Angeles, CA

#16 Jan 15, 2010
highdesertlady wrote:
Why are so many people behind the wheel in such a hurry these days! My condolences go out to the families of these two that didn't make it.
My condolences only to the family of the innocent driver, to hell with the one who caused this tragedy.
Paul

Long Beach, CA

#17 Jan 15, 2010
Pancho wrote:
i bet u the one in the frontier was an asian driver they got to open their eyes when they drive they are too dangerous on the wheel
actually it was a hispanic guy who died and a mid eastern in bmw..race was not the problem and you shouldnt assume they couldnt see..Have a little more respect bro.Rest in Peace
Paul

Long Beach, CA

#18 Jan 15, 2010
SpenglerX wrote:
Hey Pancho, I bet it was a chula reaching into the backseat to change a diaper and ran the red light.
actually it was one driver in each vehicle or truck..have some respect for the family..accident was real ugly bro..Not a pretty scene..
Paul

Long Beach, CA

#19 Jan 15, 2010
Just to let you guys know,2 families life's have changed 1/14/10 and people need to have some respect for the families whether at fault or not..This accident was real real ugly and sad..If you have heart then you would understand,I didnt know the deceased but do remember the scene and my prayers go out for the family who had to hear the bad news today..In no way should no one blame race ,both people almost were home too..Its real sad..
Pancho

Downey, CA

#22 Jan 15, 2010
lmao u guys get so butt hurt im am not even mexican so u guys dont offend me hahaha thats just my online name this is soooo funny hahaha
locochon32

Los Angeles, CA

#23 Jan 15, 2010
well i have to drive every night on north bound on towne av, and i seen so many drivers not stoping at the red light.it is time to let them known that having such a rush can take you to the grave.
George

Hesperia, CA

#25 Jan 16, 2010
I missed that accident by four minutes it was a horrible site watching helplessly as the car burst into flames
anonimous

United States

#26 Jan 16, 2010
To answer your question he wasn't asian you should have more respet for both .......... he was my husbands uncle ..........
Pancho wrote:
i bet u the one in the frontier was an asian driver they got to open their eyes when they drive they are too dangerous on the wheel
Asians Drivers

San Jose, CA

#27 Jan 16, 2010
guys - it happened in the area heavy with Hispanic population.. if it was in Walnut or Hacienda Heights or Rosemead, then most likely it would be an Asian driver.. be aware of the area's demographics

Since: Sep 09

Location hidden

#28 Jan 16, 2010
What about the innocent driver.? This dude ran a red light and killed an innocent person. Isn't that frickin great. We are just sitting ducks out there for any fool to run a red light and kill us. Russian Roulette. What a crock of bullcrap. The whole auto system is Russian Roulette bullcrap. Our lives are at the mercy of idiot drivers who can do whatever they want, whenever they want. I never approved of this bullcrap. Who wants to be hit next ?
Gotcha stupid

Van Nuys, CA

#29 Jan 16, 2010
FK BEANS wrote:
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Shouldn't you go pick up your whole family from Home Depot
Shouldn't you go visit your mom at chino mens?
what did u say

Van Nuys, CA

#30 Jan 16, 2010
James From Temecula wrote:
What about the innocent driver.? This dude ran a red light and killed an innocent person. Isn't that frickin great. We are just sitting ducks out there for any fool to run a red light and kill us. Russian Roulette. What a crock of bullcrap. The whole auto system is Russian Roulette bullcrap. Our lives are at the mercy of idiot drivers who can do whatever they want, whenever they want. I never approved of this bullcrap. Who wants to be hit next ?
You dont make sense.Stay home then!
Ken

Long Beach, CA

#31 Jan 16, 2010
I'm sorry I wasn't there when it happened. Perhaps quick firefighting intervention might have saved at least one - RIP to both and condolences to their families.
DMP

Los Angeles, CA

#32 Jan 16, 2010
Ken wrote:
I'm sorry I wasn't there when it happened. Perhaps quick firefighting intervention might have saved at least one - RIP to both and condolences to their families.
Is there some info in the article that talked about slow intervention by any emergency service? I think not.
john

Long Beach, CA

#33 Jan 16, 2010
Ken wrote:
I'm sorry I wasn't there when it happened. Perhaps quick firefighting intervention might have saved at least one - RIP to both and condolences to their families.
What do you mean if firefighters were quicker?(People need to move outta the way for them to go thru too) Quicker than the hit of the crash cause they died at impact."Did you even see the cars when clean up was done"Don't say nothing now ...both men didn't stand a chance of survival even if firefighter were posted at jack n the box..Its funny how every time someone die people have to put their negative two cents about..if policemen were here? or there? this wouldnt happened..just like checkpoints.It always someone to blame and in reality the only way to avoid it is stay home and not come out.People complain about checkpoints not being fair but when an unlicensed driver injures or kill someone then they blame police for not catching em before..Be real..If everyone truly wants safe driving and enforced then support your local checkpoints to get the bad drivers off the road.Driving is a priviledge..Period end of discussion..My prayers to both families..

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