Casey Hargis Car Accident — One of two 22-year-old San Diego ladies who were gravely harmed in a blazing accident Wednesday night in Rolando kicked the bucket hours after the fact at an emergency clinic, specialists said Friday.
Casey Diane Hargis and another lady in the vehicle with her both endured serious consumes and inner draining when their 2015 Ford Fusion burst into flames subsequent to being struck by a few vehicles around 9:10 p.m. Wednesday at 70th Street and El Cajon Boulevard, as indicated by San Diego police and the district Medical Examiner’s Office.
Hargis passed on around six hours after the accident, soon after 3:30 a.m. Thursday, at UC San Diego Medical Center in Hillcrest, as indicated by the Medical Examiner’s Office.
No data was accessible Friday evening about the state of the other seriously harmed casualty.
Police said the two ladies were halted at a red light, holding back to divert left from El Cajon Boulevard onto 70th Street, when a Mercedes-Benz E400 hammered into them from behind. In a news discharge, Officer John Buttle said the driver of the Mercedes “had an obscure clinical issue” that made him pummel into the Ford.
The effect drove the two vehicles into the westward paths, where they were both struck by three vehicles — a Nissan Rogue SUV, a BMW and a Honda Civic.
The Ford Fusion involved by Hargis and the other lady burst into flames.
Great Samaritans pulled the two casualties from the consuming vehicle, however they endured extreme consumes over a large portion of their bodies and “uncontrolled inner dying,” Buttle said.
At any rate three others engaged with the accident were likewise taken to medical clinics with vague or minor wounds.