Michael Carvaja Death, Obituary – According to the officials of the Sheriff’s Department in Apple Valley, the pedestrian who was struck and killed by a car on Saturday has been named as Michael Carvajal, who was 64 years old. His death was caused by the collision with the vehicle. Carvajal was struck by the car, and he passed away at the scene of the accident. The occurrence took occurred in Apple Valley, which was the location of the city. It took place at approximately 6:11 o’clock in the evening of Saturday, December 10, 2022, somewhere in the general area of Standing Rock Avenue and State Highway 18 Outer North, and it took place somewhere in that local neighborhood. It is now unknown where exactly the incident took place.
The deputies from the Apple Valley Station were among the first individuals to arrive at the scene of the traffic accident. They were joined by additional responders from the Apple Valley Fire Protection District and American Medical Response. At the time of the accident, Michael Carvajal was presumably unresponsive and laying in the westbound lane of State Highway 18 Outer North, as determined by the findings of the preliminary inquiry. The results of the investigation allowed for the discovery and determining of this information. At the time of the incident, he was heading westbound on State Highway 18 Outer North when he was struck by a Mazda 3 from the year 2015. The vehicle was in the westbound lane.
When the accident occurred, the car was heading in the westbound direction. Carvajal was hit by the front of the Mazda, and as a direct result of the incident, he succumbed to his injuries and passed away. Carvajal was struck by the front of the Mazda. Carvajal was struck by the front of the Mazda while he was walking. Carvajal was strolling when he was hit by the front of the Mazda as it drove past him. An investigator from the Major Collision Investigation Team is currently looking into the car collision as part of the investigation that is currently taking place as part of the investigation that is currently taking place (MAIT).
It does not appear that either alcohol or drugs played a role in causing this collision, at least according to the remarks made by officials from the sheriff’s office. Anyone who may have witnessed the collision is urged to get in touch with Deputy D. Caudle as soon as possible by dialing 760-947-1500 and submitting a report about their probable observations. The authorities have inquired about this, so please comply. WeTip urges callers who wish to remain anonymous to contact them by calling 1-800-78-CRIME (27463) or by visiting their website at www.wetip.com. Callers can reach WeTip by either of these methods. WeTip can be reached by callers via one of these two methods.