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Update: Victims Identified in Mountain Bus Crash

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On 02-03-13, at 6:32 pm, the California Highway Patrol received a 911 call reference a tour type bus that had gone out of control on Highway 38 northeast of Bryant Street in Mentone. Some passengers were killed when the bus rolled over. The following individuals have been positively identified and their families notified of the deaths:

 61-year-old Guadalupe Olivas (12-12-51) of San Diego, identified on 02-04-13 at 11:14 am.

40-year-old Elvira Garcia Jimenez (10-20-72) of San Diego, identified on 02-04-13 at 11:14 am.

13-year-old Victor Cabrera Garcia (01-13-00) of San Diego, identified on 02-04-13 at 12:53 pm.

38-year-old Aleida Adriana Arce Hernandez (01-30-75) of Tijuana, Mexico, identified on 02-04-13 at 1:53 pm.

34-year-old Rubicelia Escobedo Flores (10-14-78) of Tijuana, Mexico, identified at 3:35 pm.

32-year-old Mario Garcia Santoyo (12-02-80) of Tijuana, Mexico, identified at7:26 pm on 2-4-13

24-year-old Liliana Camerina Sanchez Sauceda (09-16-88) of Tijuana, Mexico, identified 2-5-13 at 11:50 am.

 

The Coroner Division is working to identify two other individuals killed in this collision. Their names will be released to the public after identification is verified and next-of-kin have been notified. The Sheriff Coroner is working in conjunction with the CHP, San Bernardino County Fire Department, National Transportation Safety Board and Cal-Trans. [020413 1700 TC]

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  1. Dan OBrien Dan OBrien says:

    The Coroner Division has now identified all the decedents of this collision. The Sheriff Coroner is working in conjunction with the CHP, San Bernardino County Fire Department, National Transportation Safety Board and Cal-Trans.

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