At around 7:56 p.m. Megan Horne, was witnessed by a motorist who believed she was planning on jumping from the overpass and called 911. While the Rancho Cucamonga division California Highway Patrol (CHP) responded to the scene the woman jumped, landing in the #3 and #4 lanes of traffic.
According to CHP officials, when she landed, she was struck by a 2012 Ford that was being driven by a Los Angeles resident, who was traveling in the #4 lane at approximately 60 miles per hour. The driver pulled over and waited at the scene \ and was cooperative throughout the investigation.
Horne pronounced dead at the scene and her death was determined to be the result of blunt force trauma.
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