Maria Ramirez-Rangle and Daughter Killed in Head-on Accident
Lake Havasu City, Arizona—A head-on collision on SR-95 just north of Lake Havasu City claimed the lives of Maria Ramirez-Rangle, age 38, and her 10-year-old daughter on Sunday afternoon. Ms. Ramirez-Rangle was behind the wheel of her family’s Infinity when a 28-year-old man from Alaska driving a green Range Rover crossed the center line and struck the Infinity head-on.
Minutes before the fatal collision, the Arizona Department of Public Safety received a report of an erratic driver who had sideswiped another car traveling south near Jacob Row.
Lake Havasu City Police Department accident investigators report that Ms. Ramirez-Rangle’s husband and two children ages 14 and 15 were transported to the hospital with serious injuries. The children were later transported to a children’s hospital outside Lake Havasu to better suit their specialized needs.
No additional information presently is available regarding the names or medical conditions of other family members. A GoFundMe account has been established.
We extend our condolences to Ms. Ramirez-Rangle’s family and friends at this time of great loss for them. We wish a rapid and full recovery for her husband and two children.
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