Daisy Torres Obituary, Death – The authorities have made public the name of the young girl who was slain on Saturday in the Antelope Valley area. The youngster’s death occurred in that region. The teenager was going in an off-road vehicle when they were in an accident with a car while they were on the road. Daisy Cruz Torres was 14 years old when she passed away, as stated by the Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office. Her name was Daisy Cruz Torres. She hailed from the city of Palmdale. The report from the California Highway Patrol indicates that the terrible collision took place around four o’clock on Saturday, December 3, close to the intersection of 165th Street East and Avenue V.
This information was provided in the report. According to the complaint filed by the CHP, Torres was a passenger in a 2021 Polaris RZR that was engaged in a collision with a 2016 Honda Civic that was traveling in the other direction on 165th Street East. The crash occurred when the 2021 Polaris RZR collided with the Honda Civic. On an unincorporated dirt road that was located to the east of 165th Street East, the collision took place as the Polaris was traveling in the westbound direction on the road.
According to the report filed by the California Highway Patrol (CHP), “for reasons yet under investigation, a broad side crash occurred,” which led to the overturning of the vehicle that was a Polaris. Torres sustained wounds that ultimately proved to be fatal, and he was pronounced dead at the scene of the incident where he was injured. The driver of the Polaris, a man named Carlos Cruz Torres, 23, who resides in Palmdale, was found to be in critical condition after the collision and was transported to Antelope Valley Hospital for treatment.
Christa Smith, who is 20 years old, and a girl who is 17 years old, both hail from Palmdale, and both of them sustained significant injuries as a result of the collision and were taken to Antelope Valley Hospital. Christa Smith and the girl were both taken to the emergency room of the hospital. The driver of the Honda Civic, Percy Noe Jr. Yancor, 31, from California City, was reported to have moderate injuries as a result of the incident by the California Highway Patrol (CHP), although he “refused to seek medical transport from the scene.” ” Investigations are still ongoing to determine the sequence of events that led up to this collision. There is no evidence to suggest that alcohol or drug use played a factor in this collision, as stated in the report that was submitted by the California Highway Patrol (CHP).