HUNTINGTON BEACH – Police announced on Wednesday (March 1, 2017 ) that a 19-year-old Newport Beach woman who was ejected from her Ford Ranger on Feb. 15 after the pickup was hit by a Chrysler 200 around 3:30 a.m. near Springdale Street and Edinger Avenue, died.

HUNTINGTON BEACHPolice announced on Wednesday (March 1, 2017 ) that a 19-year-old Newport Beach woman who was ejected from her Ford Ranger on Feb. 15 after the pickup was hit by a Chrysler 200 around 3:30 a.m. near Springdale Street and Edinger Avenue, died.
The woman was initially taken to UCI Medical Center as a critical trauma patient and died at the hospital, police Sgt. Julio Mendez said. Her passenger, an 18-year-old man from Costa Mesa, sustained minor injuries and was also treated at UCI.
The sedan’s 27-year-old driver, Darius Roberts, of Huntington Beach, was uninjured and booked on suspicion of felony DUI.
“Based on the preliminary investigation, it appears one vehicle was traveling east on Edinger Avenue, while the other south on Springdale Street, when the collision occurred at the intersection,” police Sgt. Julio Mendez said.
The Orange County Coroner’s office has identified the woman as Teagan Wehrmann, 19, of Newport Beach.
Anyone with information about this crash can contact HBPD’s Accident Investigator Joshua Page at 714-536-5670 or Investigator Mark Van Meter at 714-536-5666. Tips can also be made during non-business hours and weekends by calling 714-960-8825
By Joshua Sudock, OC Register
http://www.ocregister.com/articles/old-745474-woman-beach.html

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