A Black Sedan Collides into a Taco Stand Resulting in Injuries and Death

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A Black Sedan Collides into a Taco Stand Resulting in Injuries and Death

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A Black Sedan Collides into a Taco Stand Resulting in Injuries and Death in Pomona

The 26-year-old woman who is accused of crashing her car into a taco stand in Pomona, California, killing one person and injuring 12 others has been taken into custody. The crash occurred on Friday evening at 7:30 pm in the 1600 block of Holt Avenue, in front of Cardenas Market. According to witnesses, the woman was driving a black sedan and traveling eastbound on Holt Ave when she suddenly veered into westbound lanes, jumped the curb, and slammed into the crowded taco stand. After the impact, the driver ran away from the scene but was apprehended by police approximately an hour and 15 minutes later. Police had not released her identity as of Saturday morning. One person died and 12 people were injured in a car crash. The family of the person who died said he was a father of four who was getting dinner from the taco stand when the crash happened. The cause of the crash is being investigated.

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