An early morning car crash near Porterville killed three people, the California Highway Patrol said as reported by the Fresno Bee.
The accident, which occurred a little after 3:00 a.m. on April 26, 2012, may have been the result of drunk driving, the CHP said. According to CHP, The Bee reports, a woman was driving a 2003 Chevrolet Impala, heading south on Highway 190. She did not stop at a stop sign at Road 190, and the Impala collided with a 2000 Toyota pickup. The Bee reports that Tommy Lee Cato of Porterville was the driver of the pickup.
The twenty-seven-year-old woman, and the two males who were passengers in the car, aged 25 and 41, died in the crash. CHP said that none of the occupants of the Impala was wearing a seat belt, The Bee reports. Cato’s injuries were moderate.
The Bee’s news story says the identities of the three who died in the crash had not been released.
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