College Basketball Player, Girlfriend, and Sister Dead in Stockton Accident
An auto accident in Stockton ended with the death of three young adults when their vehicle veered off the highway early Tuesday morning. According to reports, the SUV hit a California Highway Patrol car before colliding with a tree and catching fire. Two CHP officers were injured in the accident but according to reports, all three occupants of the SUV died.
The SUV was being driven by Grand Canyon University basketball star, Oscar Frayer (23). In the car with him were his girlfriend and his sister. Just days before the accident, Frayer was playing in a NCAA game as a No. 2 seed in the west bracket of March Madness.
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