An accident report from Moorpark, Ventura County, California, revealed that the authorities identified the three people who died in a tragic accident. The Ventura County Medical Examiner on Thursday, April 16th, released their names as Spencer Bali, 20, Bryan Amezcua, 18, and Cesar Troncoso, 17.
The ME’s report showed that Bali, a resident of Camarillo, passed away from multiple blunt force injuries. Amezcua, of Moorpark, died of blunt force thoracic injuries, while Troncoso, also of Moorpark, died of blunt force head injuries.
The young men were victims of a fiery car crash late on the night of Friday, April 10th, in the 200-block of Poindexter Avenue. The Ventura County Sheriff’s Office is heading the investigation into the crash, and they have not determined who was driving the wrecked vehicle.
The police said that the initial call about the accident was to the Ventura County Fire Department about a tree fire. On getting to the scene, the firefighters found that a 2015 Ford Mustang had gone off the road, crashed into the tree, and caught fire.
Bali, Amezcua, and Troncoso were in the burning car, and there was little the firemen could do for them. The accident report showed that the police are considering speed as a factor in the accident, but they are still investigating.
The police are also waiting for the toxicology report from the ME to determine if drugs or alcohol played a role in the crash. The CDC has listed the two and over speeding as common causes of accidents among young people, with six teens in the United States dying every day from car crashes.
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