CAJON PASS – An intoxicated driver is being treated for critical injuries after causing a collision that killed his six-year-old male passenger, and a 28-year-old female in another vehicle Sunday evening.
The collision occurred at 5:15 p.m. when a blue Chevrolet Suburban was traveling southbound on Cajon Boulevard just north of Keenbrook Road. The driver who was intoxicated according to the California Highway Patrol, crossed over the double yellow lines into opposing traffic and collided head on with a silver Toyota Camry. CHP officials said that the Chevrolet Suburban rolled into the opposing lanes of traffic causing a second collision with a grey Nissan Titan. The driver of the Suburban was ejected from the vehicle as it rolled.
A white Ford F-150 traveling southbound crashed into the silver Toyota Camry. A six-year-old boy who was inside the Chevrolet Suburban was determined to be deceased at the scene. The driver of the Camry, a 28-year-old woman also died as a result of the collision. The intoxicated driver of the Suburban was transported to Loma Linda University Medical Center and is being treated for Critical Injuries. The driver of the Suburban was arrested at the Hospital for DUI causing bodily injury.
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