A Temecula woman whose car was involved in a crash that killed two boys on the southbound I-15 in San Diego County Sunday came away unscathed, authorities said.
The 24-year-old woman – whose name was not immediately released – was driving a 2008 Scion on Interstate 15, near Deer Springs Road, when it and a minivan driving alongside collided, California Highway Patrol Officer Chris Parent said.
The minivan spun toward the median and overturned, ejecting one boy and partially ejecting another, killing them both, Parent said.
The Scion spun around and its driver brought the car to the center median, Parent said.
The minivan’s driver, who had seven passengers, suffered minor injuries and four of his passengers were also injured; all were taken to local hospitals, the CHP reported.
The cause of the crash was under investigation.
--City News Service contributed to this report