Didiana Lomeli death in Orange car crash – Obituary
Following an altercation at their Anaheim home early Saturday morning, May 7, police say a woman rammed into her boyfriend’s car, causing an accident in Orange.
Orange police spokesman Sgt. Phil McMullin said the incident happened just after 5:45 a.m. on East Santa Ana Canyon Road and North Orange Olive Road.
McMullin said the couple argued at their house in the 400 block of North Tustin Avenue before the guy got into his car and went west on Santa Ana Canyon. Soon later, the woman arrived in her automobile.
The lady rear-ended the man’s car as they reached Orange Olive, where the route takes a right bend before the intersection. According to McMullin, the woman’s automobile collided with a raised median, forcing it to turn over, and she was ejected.
According to authorities, the woman died at the site. The coroner’s office identified her as Didiana Lomeli, 28, of Anaheim.
Minor injuries were sustained by the man. He informed authorities he thought the lady deliberately rammed his car.