Mystery shrouds death of woman found in burning car
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A 70-year-old San Jacinto woman and a 27-year-old Hemet man died in area traffic crashes last weekend, April 6 and 7, while police are investigating the death Monday of an as yet unidentified woman whose body was found in a burning car out in a Winchester field.
The Riverside County Coroner reported that Susan Earl, 70, of Hemet was killed in a two-vehicle collision just outside the city limits of Hemet on Saturday morning, April 6, near the intersection of Soboba Street and E. Whittier Avenue.
Earla��s sedan collided with an SUV killing her and injuring two other people. The other two involved in the crash refused medical treatment, according to Cal Fire, who said Earl was trapped in her car and had to be extracted by firefighters but died within minutes of the 10:25 a.m.crash.
Zachary Jacobson, 27, of Hemet, was killed Sunday, April 7, while riding his motorcycle on Highway 74 near Lake Elsinore approximately two miles west of Grand Avenue along a curvy section of the Ortega Highway, according to authorities. Jacobsona��s bike collided with a sedan, and the impact knocked him and the motorcycle some 200 feet off the highway over an embankment, according to news accounts.
The crash happened less than two hours after an earlier motorcycle accident on the Ortega Highway that killed a man from Orange County. The other fatal collision happened about 3 p.m. and killed 21-year-old Orange resident Lam Nguyen. The curvy two-lane mountain highway is a popular ride for motorcyclists on weekends but has been the scene of dozens of motorcycle fatalities over the past decade.
Sheriffa��s investigators are searching for clues into the gruesome death Monday of a woman whose body was found inside a burning car flipped upside down in a field near Olive Avenue and La Ventana Road, about a mile east of Simpson and Brigga��s roads, in Winchester.
Several scenarios have been proposed for the what led up to the incident, from the woman having driven the car through a fence resulting in the vehicle flipping upside down and catching fire with her inside – to having her body placed in the car and set on fire. Authorities dona��t know what actually happened. The fire, however, spread to nearby vegetation and had to be extinguished by Cal Fire after the call came in at 2:09 p.m. Firefighters put out the blaze and later found the womana��s body inside the vehicle.