Ashley Barkis Car Accident – In a viral video going around around on social media, a woman identified as Ashley Barkis was seen assaulting the other driver. According to reports, a motor vehicle accident happened in San Diego, California, Barkis, who is a sales manager at 24 Hour Fitness was seen in the video asking the other driver if he was from America? if he has a driver’s license? If he even have papers? if he was legal to be here?
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The authorities claim that a hit-and-run accident that took place early in the morning in San Diego resulted in the deaths of two women. The tragedy took place in the city. The incident allegedly took place in the 6100 block of Paradise Valley Road at roughly 2:30 in the morning on Sunday, as stated by the police. The police said that the accident occurred when a westbound Honda Civic that was turning left from Paradise Valley Road into Munda Road crossed in front of an approaching Ford F-150 that was going in the opposite direction. The Honda Civic was turning onto Munda Road from Paradise Valley Road.
Reportedly, upon arrival at the hospital where they were transferred after the accident, two of the individuals, aged 20 and 25, who were riding as passengers in the Honda were declared dead. They had been brought there after the accident. According to reports, the 22-year-old lady who was operating the vehicle was seriously injured in the accident, although her life was not in imminent danger as a result of her injuries. The investigation by the police determined that her life was not in imminent danger at that time. A man in his 25’s who was a passenger in the Honda and who complained of discomfort was also alleged to have been involved in the incident by the police. This man was a witness to what happened.
According to the statements made by the police, the driver of the Ford vehicle fled the area on foot after the collision. Please call the Crime Stoppers hotline at the following number if you have any information regarding the incident: 888-580-8477.
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