Ken Bonsang Death – A man has died, and a woman injured following a deadly motorcycle accident that happened yesterday. The victims were identified as Ken Bonsang and Tina Bonsang. According to reports, Ken Bonsang passed away from injuries sustained in the crash while Tina Bonsang was transported to an area hospital for treatment. Ken will be deeply missed by many.
How did the crash happen?
According to reports, Ken and Tina Bonsang had a collision with a pickup truck. Tina is in the hospital in stable condition. No further information was mentioned. The details surrounding the accident were not stated. “We all were having a great time, some of these pictures were probably within 1/2 hour of the accident.”
The family will release an obituary and funeral arrangements for Ken Bonsang.
Related Article – Lake Havasu City man died in head-on crash
A motorist was killed in a two-vehicle collision on the Bill Williams Bridge between Lake Havasu City and Parker on Saturday morning, while a lady injured in a crash on April 19 near Wikieup died from her injuries Friday, April 25, in Phoenix. Michael Glen Sarver, 21, of Lake Havasu City, was critically injured in the most recent incident and died at the scene.
Sarver was driving a 2003 Jeep southbound on State Highway 95 at about 5 a.m. roughly seven miles north of the bridge that connects Mohave and La Paz counties. Sarver crossed the centre line and collided with a northbound 2002 Ford driven by Miguel Mejia, 37, of Hemet, Calif. Mejia, who was wearing his seat belt, was taken to St. Joseph’s Hospital in Phoenix with a fractured skull. His current condition remained unknown as of Sunday afternoon.
There were no passengers in either car. Sarver was not wearing his seatbelt, and even if he had been, it would not have saved his life. Lucrecia V. Durand of Phoenix was identified as the woman who died in the crash near Wikieup in a DPS press statement. She was 61 years old at the time.
Durand was a passenger in a 1990 Toyota at 3:26 p.m. on April 19. Hayim Durand, 70, was driving the Toyota northbound on U.S. Highway 93 roughly seven miles south of Wikieup when it crossed the median and struck numerous trees. The report did not specify why Hayim Durand exited the road, nor did it say whether the motorist was related to the deceased.
Hayim was transferred to Kingman Regional Medical Center for head and chest injuries, according to the report. Bernardo Duran, 73, was also injured and was brought to Kingman Regional Medical Center for treatment of head injuries, as was Bronson Metsansen, 14, who was airlifted to St. Joseph’s with head and neck injuries. They are all Phoenix locals. Except for the deceased, all occupants in the Durand vehicle were wearing seat belts, according to the DPS.
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