Diana Borden Dead After Car Collision at State Street


Deadly Car Collision at State Street Kills 73-Year-Old Woman, Injures One Other

73-year-old Diana Borden lost her life Thursday morning following a car collision on State Street near Community College Drive.

The incident happened around 6:15 a.m. on October 7, in the area around Community College Drive and State Street.

Authorities said two vehicles collided at the San Jacinto intersection under unknown circumstances.

Firefighters responded at the scene and extricated one person trapped in one of the vehicle. The person, tragically, died at the scene. Authorities identified the victim as Diana Borden, of San Jacinto.

Meanwhile, medics transported one other person to a local hospital with moderate injuries.

Furthermore, officials closed the area surrounding the crash for a few hours for cleanup and investigation.

An active investigation is currently underway.

There are no words that can repair the shattered hearts and sadness felt during this sensitive time. Heartfelt thoughts and sympathy go out to Diana Borden’s family and friends.

Losing a loved one in an accident can have devastating effects on the emotional and financial well-being of those left behind. Let the wrongful death attorneys at Sweet James help you during this trying time. With 20 years of experience in the field, they know what it takes to help you win your case.

All of them at Sweet James strongly believe each client’s case is unique and deserves full individual attention. They will fight to achieve the justice and compensation that you and your family deserve. Call them today at (800) 975-3435 for a free and confidential case evaluation.

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Riverside County Police Department

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