• May 25, 2017

Justin Gregory McLean Killed in Long Beach, CA, DUI Accident

Long Beach, CA -- May 20, 2017, Justin Gregory McLean was killed, another injured, after an accident where an alleged drunk driver crashed their vehicle.

Long Beach Police officials released information surrounding the fatal accident. They say it happened at around 2:40 a.m. at the intersection of Clark Avenue and Eagle Street.

According to investigators, a man was driving a vehicle along the road when he suddenly lost control. The vehicle ran off the side of the roadway and slammed into a utilities pole. The driver of that vehicle then walked away from the scene.

31-year-old McLean was a passenger in that vehicle. He suffered fatal injuries and died at the scene. A second passenger was taken to a hospital in stable condition.

The driver of the vehicle was later found and apprehended by police. They say the driver is being charged, among other things, with vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated.

No additional information is currently available.

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