GLENDORA >> a person died in a head-on crash between his vehicle and a large rig hauling asphalt in Glendora early Wednesday, officers pointed out.
The crash took location about 8:20 a.m. on Sunflower Avenue, simply south of Juanita Avenue, Glendora police Lt. Matt Williams spoke of.
"Officers arrived and found a gravel truck became on its side," Williams pointed out. "It came to leisure within the northbound lanes, and resting within the front yard of a residence."
A badly damaged Nineties-mannequin Acura Integra sat local, with a male driver trapped inside, the lieutenant pointed out.
initial investigation indicated the Acura turned into using on the wrong aspect of the highway when it collided head-on with the asphalt-hauling Peterbilt truck, he said.
"Witnesses relayed the driving force of the Integra was touring northbound in the southbound lanes and collided with the gravel truck, traveling southbound on Sunflower Avenue," Williams noted.
Paramedics suggested the person, estimated to be in his 20s, dead at the scene, Williams pointed out. The truck driver became uninjured, and changed into "fully cooperating" with investigators.
The identity of the Acura become to be determined by coroner's and launched pending notification of his family unit.
The intersection remained shutdown into the afternoon as officers investigated the scene, and cleaned up the wreckage and spilled asphalt.
The investigation continues to be ongoing.
anyone with tips can reach Glendora police at 626-914-8250.