Two Filipinas killed in Palmdale, California car crash

/ 02:30 AM October 04, 2018

PALMDALE, California – Two Filipino women were killed early morning last Saturday when their SUV crashed into a truck parked in a construction zone on the Antelope Valley (14) Freeway.


Rosario B. Agmata, 61, of Lancaster and Erlinda B. Fernandez, 68, from the Philippines died at the scene of the accident.

Agmata drove her 2018 Toyota Highlander at a high rate of speed to the left of a row of traffic cones in place due to roadway construction. For an unknown reason the vehicle entered the construction zone and crashed into a truck parked on the right shoulder. Alcohol or drugs were not suspected as factors in the incident, according to authorities.


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