Four young adults were killed in a speeding accident Thursday near Cal State Northridge; located in the San Fernando Valley. A Carlsbad resident has been identified as one of the four victims.
Danielle Wolfe, a 22-year-old CSUN senior, was thrown from a speeding Corvette while traveling on a slightly curved road. The scene of the accident was not far from campus or her sorority house.
The driver, Kristin Marie Norris, 22, was a recent CSUN graduate and also a sorority member.
Wolfe and two young men were thrown from the vehicle, while Norris’ body was found still strapped in the over-turned sports car.
According to authorities, the crash near Hayvenhurst Avenue was reported at 12:05 a.m. Thursday.
The Los Angeles police explained that the car was traveling eastbound on Rosecoe Boulevard when it hit a metal guard rail, flipped over, and skidded across near by railroad tracks.
The coroner’s office identified the two men killed in the crash as Jorge Nunez Jr., 28, of Sylmar, and Jossue D. Colato, 23, of Pacoima.
As of Saturday investigators have yet to indicate if the driver of the 2007 Chevrolet Corvette was participating in a race or if there was another vehicle involved in the crash.
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