A 21-year-old woman was killed in a tragic fatal crash caused by racing drivers, on Sheridan Boulevard in Westminster last Sunday night.
According to the Westminster Police Department, the crash occurred around 9:10 p.m. on the night of November 14th, at the intersection of Sheridan Boulevard and 105th Avenue.
Apparently, the young woman was heading north on Sheridan Blvd. when, while attempting to make a left turn onto 105th Ave., she was collided into by one vehicle that was in the middle of a drag race with another.
The woman was unresponsive when emergency crews responded to the scene, and she was taken to the hospital where tragically she later passed away.
The racing drivers stayed on the scene where they were arrested by the police, and are now facing vehicular homicide and reckless driving charges. Their names are Shimpson Huynh aged 30, and Adrian Lau aged 20.
Sheridan Blvd. was partially closed for a period of time after this terrible collision, and the police are asking that anyone with any information or dashcam footage of the crash, call 303-658-4360.
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