Update 9:07 p.m.:
A man who died in a two-vehicle crash in Temecula Sunday was identified as a 27-year-old Temecula resident.
Jason Hart was pronounced dead at 6:24 a.m., on Rancho California Road, near Moraga Road, according to the Riverside County Coroner's office.
Hart was driving his coupe west on Rancho California Road toward Moraga Road, according to sheriff's Sgt. Jim Larson.
The second motorist was driving his coupe on Rancho California -- also toward Moraga, Larson said.
The cars entered the intersection simultaneously and collided, sending Hart's car into a nearby brick wall, the sergeant said.
The crash was being investigated as possibly alcohol-related on the part of the other motorist, sheriff's officials said.
Update 11:40 a.m.:
A motorist has died following a two-vehicle crash that possibly involved drunken driving in Temecula early Sunday.
The motorist who died was traveling west on Rancho California Road toward Moraga Road, according to sheriff's Sgt. Jim Larson.
The second motorist was heading east on Rancho California -- also toward Moraga, Larson said.
The vehicles entered the intersection simultaneously and collided, sending the first vehicle into a nearby brick wall, the sergeant said.
Medics took both motorists to a hospital, where the first motorist was pronounced dead at 6:27 a.m., Larson said.
Traffic investigators were to remain on scene for about five hours, reconstructing the wreck.
Initial investigation has determined that alcohol may have been involved in the crash, on the part of the second driver, Larson said.
Anyone with information on the crash was asked to call traffic investigators at 951-696-3000.
An early morning wreck Sunday trapped and injured two people in Temecula, fire officials said.
The two-vehicle crash was reported just before 5:30 a.m. on Morage Road, near Rancho California Road, Cal Fire's Jody Hagemann said.
One motorist suffered critical injuries; the other was seriously injured, Hagemann said.