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Sunday, August 15, 2010

VIDEO OF DEADLY CALIFORNIA 200 CRASH: KABC Eyewitness News show graphic details from the horrific location. Scenes are distrubing.

By Randy Economy
August 15, 2010
2:26 a.m.
Lucerne Valley, CA

Eyewitness News here in Los Angeles has posted the above news account on the deadly crash at the California 200.

At least eight people were killed and others were injured in a desert off-road race in rural San Bernardino County, according to the San Bernardino County Sheriff's department.

A vehicle plowed into a crowd just before 8 p.m., authorities said.  San Bernardino County fire sent seven ambulances and 10 air ships to the scene of the accident at the California 200 race in Lucerne Valley.
Authorities said a dozen people were airlifted to hospitals in the area, one possibly being Desert Valley Hospital in Victorville. According to published reports, winesses saw a pickup hit people who were sitting on rocks.The California Highway Patrol has taken the lead and has sent its Major Accident Investigation Team in. According to the Mojave Desert Racing website, the California 200 was to take place Saturday at 7:30 p.m. off Bessemer Mine Road at Soggy Dry Lake."
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Anonymous said...

Why do you have the headline 'Video of deadly California 200 crash' when you don't show the crash?

There is NOTHING graphic about your video.


Saw the Crash said...

In all seriousness; that section of the race course has been a known problem for the last few years. I have been in the off-road industry both as a hobby, and professionally for the last 6+ years. That section of the race course has ALWAYS been a scary section for both drivers, and spectators. The problem I see, is that it is too easy for the general public with no knowledge of how things work around there, to make it out to that section of the race track to watch. It is a VERY narrow section of course, and generally unsafe. The driver that crashed is very well known in the off-road community, and is VERY experienced on that course, and is a very good driver. I didn't see any carelessness on the drivers part whatsoever. Just my two cents...