An early morning crash Monday sent a automobile traveling off the Pacific Coast Freeway on to a Southern California beach front, rescuers say.
Ventura County firefighters and California Highway Patrol officers discovered a motor vehicle upside-down in the surf off Thornhill Broome Seashore at 1:40 a.m., KCBS described.
Powerful waves originally prevented firefighters from achieving the driver, a woman trapped in the wreckage, the Los Angeles Situations claimed. The vehicle experienced to be pulled onto the beach.
Rescuers pronounced the girl dead at the scene, The Mercury News claimed.
A research for a feasible missing passenger was identified as off when rescuers discovered the female had been by itself in the vehicle, the Los Angeles Times described.
A witness explained to investigators the car “flew into the ocean,” The Mercury News reported. A rocky slope or compact cliff separates the freeway from the seaside.
The id of the female killed in the crash has not been introduced.