A 27-year-old driver died after he lost control of his pick up truck on Interstate 15, near Interstate 805, California Highway Patrol (CHP) officials said.
The crash happened at approximately 11:45 p.m. Saturday on I-15 near the I-805 connector, officials said.
The 27-year-old, identified as Alejandro Walker-Resendis, allowed his car to drift into the median, officers said.
When he tried to correct his car, he lost control. The car spun clockwise across all I-15 lanes, officers said, and landed in the shoulder lane.
At some point during the incident, Walker-Resendis was ejected from the car. He landed in the middle lane, where he sustained major head trauma.
Walker-Resendis succumbed to his injuries at the scene.
He was the only driver in the car.
It is unclear if alcohol or drugs were involved.
No further information is available.