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    Deadly Mojave roadrace CRASH: An EQ precursor ??


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    Post  SonicSal on Sun 15 Aug 2010, 1:35 pm

    Deadly Mojave roadrace CRASH: An EQ precursor ?? 55560777

    Seems like man-made disasters....are always followed by natural ones.

    8 dead, 12 hurt as vehicle plows into crowd at race in San Bernardino County [Updated]

    August 14, 2010 | 11:10 pm

    Officials confirmed that eight people died and 12 were injured in the Lucerne Valley area Saturday when the driver of an off-road vehicle plowed into a crowd.

    Authorities believe the driver lost control of the vehicle during some type of race at a dry lake bed. [Updated at 12:00 a.m.: The accident occurred at the California 200 race, one of a series of local offroad matches in the area.]

    Fire dispatch supervisor Tim Franke said the accident was reported at 7:48 p.m. at Soggy Dry Lake Bed, a popular off-road spot. "It's unknown what kind of event was going on out there," he said.

    Franke said at least four people were seriously injured and were taken by air ambulance to nearby trauma centers.

    He said it was not yet clear how the accident occurred or whether the driver was among the injured or dead.

    The Lucerne Valley and surrounding desert areas is considered a mecca for off-road racing, with numerous pro races through the year. Videos of previous races show vehicles speeding by rows of spectators, with thin barriers between them.

    [Updated, 12:32 a.m.: The California 200 night race in the Lucerne Valley area, off Bessemer Mine Road, was promoted by MDR Productions of South El Monte. A flyer listed on a website indicated that fees to enter the race ranged from $200 to $440.

    According to the website, the race was scheduled to start at 7:30 p.m., and involved four 50-mile laps, with a time limit of 7-1/2 hours. A registration list showed that 87 drivers had registered for the race.]

    --Mitchell Landsberg and Rong-Gong Lin II in Los Angeles and Phil Willon in San Bernardino County

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