Mexipack mishmash crash - 15 muerte


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I didn't know the circus was in town. Sad but how do you even get a dozen adults in an SUV, never mind 2 dozen plus a few extras. How is that even possible?

An SUV believed to be carrying 27 people crashed Tuesday into a semitruck on a Southern California highway, killing 15 people and leaving others injured, hospital officials said.

Judy Cruz, director of El Centro Regional Medical Center’s emergency department, said 14 people died at the scene and another died after arriving at the hospital.

Officials believe there were 27 people in an SUV that struck a tractor-trailer full of gravel.
Hospital: SUV carrying 27 crashes with semitruck, killing 15 - The San Diego Union-Tribune


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So how long will it take for a CA lawyer to bring a lawsuit against the trucking company for the accident. Illegal or not some stupid judge will allow it.


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“The patients are, of course, going through a little bit of a difficult time, as you can imagine,” said Dr. Adolphe Edward, the El Centro hospital’s chief executive officer.


#*! boat!
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It was no "SUV"..from the few pictures I found it looks like it was a Suburban or of the big muthas. Still hard to imagine that many people stuffed in it.


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SUV in crash where 13 died came through hole in border fence

Surveillance video showed a Ford Expedition and Chevrolet Suburban drive through the opening early Tuesday, said Gregory Bovino, the Border Patrol's El Centro sector chief. The video has not been publicly released because it’s part of an ongoing investigation.

The Suburban carried 19 people, and it caught fire for unknown reasons on a nearby interstate after entering the U.S. All escaped the vehicle and were taken into custody by Border Patrol agents.

The Expedition crammed with 25 people continued on, and a tractor-trailer struck it a short time later. Ten of the 13 killed in that crash have been identified as Mexican citizens. The Border Patrol said its agents were not pursuing the vehicle before the wreck.

The opening in the fence was about 30 miles (48 kilometers) east of the crash in the heart of California’s Imperial Valley, a major farming region now at the height of a harvest that provides much of the lettuce, onions, broccoli and winter vegetables to U.S. supermarkets.