FOUR HURT IN VIOLENT COLLISION.Byline: Greg Botonis Staff Writer
LEONA VALLEY - A Palmdale teen was fighting for his life Friday following a car crash that also injured two other teens and a 52-year-old woman.
Jorge Martinez Jorge Martínez may refer to:
``The two vehicles hit pretty much head-on,'' said California Highway Patrol highway patrol
A state law enforcement organization whose police officers patrol the public highways. Officer Perry Heidebrink. ``It was a pretty serious crash.''
The collision left Martinez's passengers Miguel Campos, 17, with moderate injuries and Matthew Menderas, 18, with minor injuries.
The crash occurred just after 7 a.m. as the three teens were on their way to work on a home in the Lake Elizabeth Lake Elizabeth may refer to
The teens' Mustang collided with a 2004 GMC GMC
See: Guaranteed Mortgage Certificate Suburban, driven by Lana Lethcoe, 52, of Leona Valley, who had started to make a left turn in front of them, Heidebrink said.
The Mustang careened out of control and into a 1970 Chevrolet, driven by Ronald Crook of Palmdale, that was stopped at Lake Elizabeth Road on Godde Hill Road.
Lethcoe suffered a broken wrist and complained of pain and was taken by ground ambulance to Antelope Valley Hospital. Crook was not injured.
Martinez was airlifted to Holy Cross' trauma center trauma center
A medical facility that is designated to treat severe physical trauma as a result of the specialized training of its staff and the availability of appropriate diagnostic and treatment tools. while Menderas and Campos were flown to Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital in Valencia.
(color) Three Quartz Hill students were injured, one critically, Friday morning when their Ford Mustang collided with an SUV on Elizabeth Lake Road. The SUV driver suffered a broken wrist.
Paul Weatherman/Special to the Daily News