A 67-year-old Irvine woman was killed Sunday in a collision involving five cars in Tustin after a man in a speeding vehicle ran a red light, police said.
The incident occurred on Barranca Parkway and Tustin Ranch Road around 5:15 p.m.
The suspect, a 25-year-old man from Santa Ana, was westbound on Barranca Parkway traveling at 80 miles per hour when he ran a red light and hit the 67-year-old victim’s vehicle. The woman was southbound on Tustin Ranch Road and driving through Barranca Parkway, said Lt. Ryan Coe.
The suspect and victim were hospitalized in critical condition, the Irvine woman died from her injuries. Alcohol and speed were both factors in the crash, Coe said.
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