February 10, 2014 – Over the weekend, a car accident on the 60 freeway near Diamond Bar resulted in the loss of six lives. Olivia Culbreath, a 21 year old from Fontana, was arrested Sunday on suspicion of driving under the influence and manslaughter for causing this devastating accident.
According to authorities, at approximately 4:40 AM on February 9, 2014, Culbreath was traveling in a Camaro at speeds over 100 MPH north in the southbound lanes of the 57 freeway before transitioning east in the westbound lanes of the 60. Culbreath’s Camaro then collided head on with a Ford Explorer that subsequently collided with a Ford Freestyle. Three people were ejected from the cars during the accident.
Five females and one male were pronounced dead on scene. Two of the females who tragically lost their lives were passengers in Culbreath’s vehicle. Both were 24 year old females, one whom was the driver’s own sister. The 47 year old male victim who lost his life is believed to have been a passenger in the Ford Explorer. Culbreath is currently in stable but critical condition after suffering a broken femur and ruptured bladder.
The investigation is still ongoing at this time but evidence of alcohol consumption was reportedly found on scene.