Hyundai Accent Hits Fence and Tree in a Fatal Car Accident
Hyundai Accent Car Accident with Tree Resulting in Death
On Tuesday night, the California Highway Patrol began investigating a single-vehicle crash that killed two people and hospitalized the third person. The crash happened on Kirkton Court near Vintage Park Drive. According to a spokesperson for the CHP, Officer Mark Leavitt, a car hit a fence and a tree in the front yard of a home. The driver, Essence Joyce-Tena Ntchampo, 22, died in the crash, and Trayvone Bou Winston, 33, a passenger in the vehicle, died in the hospital.
Ntchampo was driving a 2016 Hyundai Accent approaching Kirkton Court at a high speed. The car veered off, went into a side skid, and crossed over into the oncoming lane. It later struck a wooden fence and a tree. The right rear passenger of the Hyundai, a 29-year-old man, was ejected from the car and suffered non-life-threatening injuries. Alcohol was a factor involved in the fatal crash.
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