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Martha Garcia-Rodriquez, a four year old resident of Palmdale

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Little-Angel-Wallpaper-angels-8047805-1024-768Loma Linda, CA– On February 08, 2013, at approximately 3:30 PM, the California Highway Patrol responded to 120th Street and E. Palmdale Boulevard in Palmdale (Los Angeles County) for a traffic collision.

Upon arrival officers found that a Honda that had been traveling eastbound on E. Palmdale Boulevard at an unknown speed slid on the frozen roadway, crossed into the westbound lanes, and struck head-on a Ford traveling westbound at approximately 55 miles per hour.

LA County Fire Department medics found two adults in the front seat of the Honda and Martha Garcia-Rodriquez, a four year old resident of Palmdale, in the rear seat. The driver and passenger were declared dead at the scene.

Little Martha Garcia-Rodriquez was taken by ambulance to Antelope Valley Hospital, and later transferred to Loma Linda University Medical Center.

Martha Garcia-Rodriquez was declared dead at 1232 hours on February 11, 2013. The California Highway Patrol is investigating the collision.

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