PASADENA – A 58-year-old man from Lancaster was arrested Friday night after his car crashed head-on into another in Pasadena as he was being chased by the California Highway Patrol, authorities said. [View an image from the head-on crash here.]
Delfino Eddie Rey is expected to be charged with two counts of DUI and one of felony evasion, according to a CHP arrest report.
The crash happened around 8:10 p.m. Friday, April 10, on the Colorado Boulevard Bridge near San Rafael Avenue, according to CHP Officer Patrick Kimball.
A CHP unit began chasing the Toyota Corolla, at speeds of 10-80 miles per hour, eastbound on the Ventura (134) Freeway after a motorist reported a possible hit and run at 7:52 p.m., according to the arrest report.
The suspect exited the 134 at Figueroa Street, then turned eastbound on Colorado, colliding with a Nissan Maxima at the western end of the bridge at around 8:10 p.m.
Three passengers in the Nissan, including a child were hospitalized with minor to moderate injuries.
4 comments for "High-speed chase ends in crash, Lancaster driver arrested"
Its always the corrupt ones that dont get hurt. Now he’ll be taken care of by the tax payers and the victims will suffer in pain forever.
This miscreant should get whacked
To bad people like that just don’t die
You can take the man out of the AV, but you can’t take the AV out of the man. The virus is spreading.