Woman Killed in El Cajon Crash

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    After a woman was killed being hit by a driver in El Cajon, residents in the area wonder whether red light cameras could have played a part in the role.

    A woman was killed in a two-vehicle accident at a busy El Cajon intersection early Friday.

    Officials responded to E. Washington Avenue and S. Mollison Avenue just before 6:30 a.m. to find one vehicle turned on its side.

    A woman driving a black Acura Integra was traveling west on Washington Avenue when she ran a red light into the intersection. The driver hit a 36-year-old female driving a Chevy Sonic, killing her at the scene.

    Accident Prompts Red Light Camera Questions

    [DGO] Accident Prompts Red Light Camera Questions
    After a woman was killed being hit by a driver in El Cajon, residents in the area wonder whether red light cameras could have played a part in the role.

    The second driver was seriously injured and taken to Sharp Memorial Hospital.

    El Cajon police are investigating the cause of the crash and said the woman who died may not have been wearing a seatbelt.

    Woman Killed in El Cajon Car Crash

    [DGO]Woman Killed in El Cajon Car Crash
    A woman was killed in a two-vehicle accident at a busy El Cajon intersection early Friday.

    Both women are El Cajon residents.

    A preliminary investigation stated that alcohol or speed was not a factor.

    Anyone with information regarding this collision is encouraged to contact the El Cajon Police Department Traffic Division at 619-441-1632.