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Victim Of San Andreas Crash ID’d

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San Andreas, CA — The CHP has released the name of the woman who perished in Friday’s fatal solo vehicle crash in San Andreas.

According to CHP San Andreas Unit officials, 38-year-old Monica Latzen of Sacramento was killed after being ejected from the 2003 Toyota Tundra she was driving along Ospital Road as she was approaching Live Oak Road. While headed west at an unknown speed, Latzen reportedly veered onto the west shoulder of Ospital Road and lost control, spinning out while attempting to steer back into her lane. The truck rolled over, colliding with a large tree on the east shoulder. She was pronounced dead at the scene.

Extricated by emergency personnel, her passenger, 39-year-old David Bonham of Moraga was flown to Doctor’s Medical Center in Modesto for treatment of major injuries. Officials note that it is still unknown as to whether alcohol and/or drugs were a factor in the tragic incident and that it remains under investigation.