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Friday, August 24, 2012

RIP: Stacey Schreiber was second victim in horrific electrocution accident in Valley Village; Keep her and her family in our Prayers!

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I have received several notes these past couple of days regarding that horrific car crash in Valley Village here in Los Angeles that resulted in the tragic deaths of two innocent bystanders. I am sad to say that the second victim who lost their life is indeed Stacy Schreiber.

I wanted to pass along this note from Brandon Malone, who is the boyfriend of Stacey's sister Karina. Very touching, very emotional.

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Randy: "We got a call this morning (Friday), it's her. The coroner has her listed as a jane doe. Today is Karina's (my girlfriends) birthday, so we had planned on having fun night out. The ironic part is that we had all planned on wearing super hero capes and now we have even more reason to wear them."

 Brandon, Karina:
I think I can speak for THOUSANDS of us here in our community who are keeping Stacey in our Prayers today. Remember the wonderment she brought into your lives and to keep strong.

Here is more official information from the Los Angeles Police Department.

"Los Angeles:

Last night, (Wednesday) at around 8:25 p.m., a single traffic collision occurred on the corner of Magnolia Boulevard and Ben Avenue.

The driver of the vehicle was traveling westbound on Magnolia Boulevard attempting to negotiate a right turn from the left lane.

The driver lost control of the vehicle and collided with a fire hydrant and a light pole. As a result of the collision, water emerged from the fire hydrant and came into contact with downed power lines from the light pole.

 Two females who witnessed the collision approached the vehicle in an attempt to help the driver but died from injuries they sustained after making contact with the power lines and water. 

Approximately eight other people attempted to help the women but were also injured by electrical charges. All injured parties were transported to local hospitals.

 One of the deceased has been identified as 40-year-old Irma Zamora from the city of Burbank. The identity of the other deceased women is not being released until family members are notified."
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