Stephanie Barbutti Obituary, Death – The name of a female driver who was 23 years old when she was killed was disclosed on Tuesday. Her vehicle struck a utility pole alongside Interstate 215 in Murrieta, causing her death. The accident occurred in Murrieta. The California Highway Patrol stated that Stephanie Bettini-Barbutti, who was from Portland, Oregon, passed away as a result of injuries sustained on northbound Interstate 215 close to Clinton Keith Road just before noon on Saturday. Bettini-Barbutti was driving a vehicle that was involved in an accident.
According to the statement made by Officer Mike Lassig, the victim was traveling at a speed of around fifty miles per hour when she made the decision to make a turn toward the Clinton Keith exit lane. Before reaching the off-ramp, Bettini-Barbutti allegedly made a turn back onto the No. 3 lane of traffic. This information comes from Lassig. It was Lassig who provided this information.
According to him, she then “steered abruptly to the right,” which caused her 2004 Toyota Corolla to cross “sideways,” strike an exit sign for a highway, and then crash into a light post. He stated that this sequence of events led to the accident. According to Lassig, the hit was the primary factor in the considerable damage that was sustained by the left side of the car.
There were no other vehicles involved in the collision at any point in time.
Medics from Cal Fire and the Riverside County Fire Department arrived on the site a few minutes later and pronounced Bettini-Barbutti deceased at the scene of the incident. Her passenger in the right front seat, a woman from Camas, Washington, who has only been named as being 22 years old, had life-threatening injuries and was sent to the Inland Valley Medical Center in Wildomar for treatment after the collision.