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Stand-up comedian Angelo Bowers died when a drunk driver collided with the car he was riding in early Tuesday morning. The 12:40 a.m. accident on January 3, 2012 occurred on the streets of Hollywood, The Los Angeles Times reports. According to police, the drunk driver that caused the collision that killed the comedian also caused another traffic collision the same night, only minutes apart.

Also in the vehicle with Bowers was his friend and fellow comedian Josh Adam Meyers. Meyers was seriously injured in the crash.

According to The Times’ story, the 21-year-old driver who was driving drunk caused a crash near the intersection of Hollywood Boulevard and Argyle Avenue. The drunk man left the scene of that accident and five minutes later, he hit a second car at Vine and Yucca streets. Both drivers and a passenger were seriously injured in that violent collision. The Times reports that Bowers was the passenger who was seriously injured, and that he died several hours later at a hospital. His friend, Meyers, is reported to be recuperating.

Once his medical condition improves, the drunk driver will likely face murder charges.

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