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UPDATE (4/8): The Kern Excessive Faculty District has confirmed that Carrie Lopez was a counselor at Vista Excessive Faculty.
“Her tragic loss of life might be felt by the scholars, employees, pals, and household who knew and beloved her,” the district stated in an announcement. “Grief counselors can be found to assist our college students and employees take care of this loss. We prolong our honest condolences to Ms. Lopez’s household and ask everybody to please respect their privateness throughout this extraordinarily tough time.”
UPDATE (5:35 p.m., April 7): The Kern County Coroner’s Workplace recognized a girl who died of her accidents following a late night time suspected DUI-related collision Tuesday in Northwest Bakersfield.
The coroner recognized the lady as Carrie Cuca Lopez, 43, of Bakersfield.
In a launch Wednesday night from the coroner’s workplace, Lopez was the motive force of a white SUV when her car was struck by one other on Calloway Drive and Tumwater Avenue simply earlier than midnight. She was taken to Kern Medical the place she died of her accidents a couple of hours later.
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KGET) – Bakersfield Police are investigating a suspected DUI crash that killed one particular person in Northwest Bakersfield simply earlier than midnight Tuesday.
Police say a automobile was touring on Calloway Drive, close to Tumwater Avenue, simply south of Hageman Highway, when the motive force made a left flip right into a neighborhood. The automobile then crashed into one other driver going north on Calloway.
A lady driving one of many automobiles died in the course of the crash. The opposite driver was taken to the hospital with minor accidents .
BPD says velocity and alcohol look like components into the crash.
Anybody with data relating to this incident is inspired to contact the
Bakersfield Police Division at 327-7111 or the Main Collision Investigations Crew at 326-3967.