VENTURA COUNTY SEES 7 DEATHS IN ONE NIGHT.
Byline: Daily News
Ventura County Coroner's officials Saturday were investigating the deaths of seven people who died overnight Friday in four separate incidents.
The first death was that of Alenusz Moradian, 25, of Camarillo, who stepped in front of a southbound Amtrak Amtrak, the National Railroad Passenger Corp., authorized to operate virtually all intercity passenger railroad routes in the United States. Amtrak was created by Congress in 1970 in response to more than two decades of continuous operating deficits by privately run train as it zipped through the Camarillo station at 70 mph about 7:30 p.m Friday, said Deputy Medical Examiner A public official charged with investigating all sudden, suspicious, unexplained, or unnatural deaths within the area of his or her appointed jurisdiction. A medical examiner differs from a Coroner in that a medical examiner is a physician. Michael Tellez. The woman's death has been ruled a suicide, he said.
About 8:30 p.m. Friday, two young men -- driver Patricio Juarez, 30, of Simi Valley Simi Valley (sē`mē, sĭm`ē), city (1990 pop. 100,217), Ventura co., SW Calif. in an oil, fruit, and farm region; laid out 1887, inc. 1969. and passenger Braulio Perez, 23, of Newbury Park -- were killed when the vehicle Juarez was driving overturned at the junction of the 23 and 101 freeways in Thousand Oaks Thousand Oaks, residential city (1990 pop. 104,352), Ventura co., S Calif., in a farm area; inc. 1964. Avocados, citrus, vegetables, strawberries, and nursery products are grown. . Both men were pronounced dead at the scene, said Deputy Medical Examiner Craig Stevens Craig Stevens is the name of several people including:
On the 118 Freeway, west of Rocky Peak Rocky Peak is the name of the 3rd highest point in the Santa Susana Mountains, which overlook both Chatsworth and Simi Valley, in Southern California. The peak, which is 2,714 feet above sea level, sits on the Los Angeles County/Ventura County line. in Simi Valley, a vehicle driven by Narek Gayanyan, 21, of Granada Hills somehow headed east in the westbound lanes, and shortly before 3 a.m. Saturday, slammed head-on into a pickup truck traveling west, Stevens said.
Both vehicles were traveling about 70 mph and burst into flames on impact, killing Gayanyan, the pickup driver and his passenger, who still have not been identified.
The last crash occurred about 9:15 a.m. Saturday on the 101 Freeway just west of Central Avenue in Camarillo, when a truck driven by David Lindblad, 43, of Camarillo veered off the freeway and overturned in a ravine, Tellez said. Lindblad died instantly, he said.