The news of Jorge Soriano’s car accident on Thursday morning.
On the early morning of Thursday last week (November 4th), a tragic accident occurred at an intersection in Northridge, Los Angeles, resulting in the loss of two lives, including police officer Darrell Cunningham who was on duty.
According to authorities, the accident happened around 1 a.m. when an Infiniti car driven by Officer Darrell Cunningham was struck by a BMW driven by a 20-year-old young man named Brian David Olivarez, who was reportedly intoxicated and speeding at 100 miles per hour, at the intersection of Roscoe Avenue.
The passenger in the front seat of the Infiniti was Mr. Jorge Soriano (31 years old), who tragically lost his life at the scene, along with Officer Cunningham. The intoxicated driver responsible for the accident, Olivarez, was arrested immediately and now faces serious charges.
Officer Cunningham is remembered as a young and enthusiastic police officer who had served for 5 years and leaves behind a wife and two young children. His untimely death has left his colleagues and loved ones in grief. Meanwhile, Mr. Soriano’s family also mourns the sudden loss of their loved one.
This accident, caused by drunk driving, serves as a somber reminder of the serious consequences of getting behind the wheel after consuming alcohol. Local law enforcement authorities urge the public to be vigilant and avoid risks when participating in traffic.
The Los Angeles Police Department is actively investigating the incident.
Following the tragic accident that claimed two lives last Thursday, the Los Angeles Police Department is actively investigating the cause of the incident.
According to preliminary information, the accident occurred due to the 20-year-old driver, Brian David Olivarez, who was intoxicated, speeding at 100 miles per hour, and disregarding traffic signals at the intersection of Roscoe Avenue. When his vehicle collided with the police car driven by Officer Darrell Cunningham, Olivarez caused the tragic deaths of both victims.
Authorities are investigating whether Olivarez had been drinking alcohol before the accident and will also check his driver’s license, vehicle records, and background to determine responsibility.
The Los Angeles Police Department has stated that they will not cover up or diminish Olivarez’s responsibility if violations are found. This is a serious case and will be investigated objectively and impartially.