Santa Fe Springs, CA (January 25, 2024) – The community of Santa Fe Springs is in mourning following a tragic accident that claimed the life of Bryan Stewart on Wednesday morning. The 29-year-old victim was fatally struck by a vehicle on the on-ramp of the Santa Ana (5) Freeway, according to information from the Los Angeles County Department of Medical Examiner’s office.
The incident unfolded at around 5:18 a.m. when California Highway Patrol (CHP) officers responded to a call on the southbound freeway and the Florence Avenue on-ramp. Upon arrival, officers discovered Bryan Stewart at the scene, where he ultimately succumbed to his injuries and was pronounced dead.
The CHP took immediate action, issuing a SigAlert and closing the Florence Avenue on-ramp to the freeway. The closure aimed to facilitate the investigation and ensure the safety of motorists in the area. While details about the vehicle involved in this fatal accident are not yet available, the investigation is underway, led by the CHP.
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As the community grapples with this heartbreaking loss, there is a need for answers and justice. This tragic incident serves as a poignant reminder of the importance of road safety and the devastating consequences that can arise from accidents involving pedestrians.
Accident News Now extends heartfelt condolences to the loved ones of Bryan Stewart during this challenging time. As the Santa Fe Springs community seeks justice for the 29-year-old victim, there is a collective call for enhanced road safety measures and awareness to prevent similar tragedies in the future.
For updates on the investigation or to offer support to the affected family, please stay tuned or reach out to Accident News Now. In times of sorrow, it is essential for communities to come together, prioritize road safety, and work towards preventing further loss of life on our streets.