Indian American caterer Falguni Shah killed in a road accident in CA


In a two-car crash in Rancho Cucamonga, California, where a car driving the wrong way crashed into another car on a freeway, three people died, and two others were severely injured. The wrong-way driver on the 210 Freeway just west of Day Creek Road on the early hours of Sunday was identified as Mack A. Jaramillo, 28, of La Habra, according to the San Bernardino County Coroner’s Office. He was the sole occupant of a 2011 Hyundai, reported the San Gabriel Valley Tribune, quoting California Highway Patrol Sgt. Josh Buffum said.

Investigators were looking into the possibility he was under the influence of alcohol or drugs. The other four victims, the two who died and two got injured were all in the other car, a 2013 Hyundai, and were related to each other. The dead were identified as Falguni Shah, 38, of Fontana, who ran a catering business, and Veena Shah, 42, who was visiting from Leicester, England.

Falguni Shah is survived by her husband Dharmesh Shah and two children – a daughter, 9, and son, 19. The driver of the 2013 Hyundai, 60-year-old Nitin Shah of Chino Hills, and front passenger Jyotsna Shah, 56, also of Chino Hills were hospitalized with major injuries, Buffum said, reported the Tribune.


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