Six Deadly Crashes Across San Diego

Six people are dead in separate crashes across San Diego since Monday night.  

Tuesday morning, a driver was injured after colliding with a water truck on Scripps Poway Parkway in Poway. CHP says it happened just after 8:00a.m. near the 67 when the sedan slammed into the back of the work truck.

Around 3:30a.m., a 34-year-old man died after crashing into a tree in 4S Ranch.  Hours earlier, around 1:00a.m., a fiery, head-on collision killed two drivers on the 52 near Regents Road in University City.  CHP says a pickup truck was going the wrong way and crashed into a car.  The truck caught fire, and despite two men trying to help him out of that truck, the driver died. The driver of the other vehicle died immediately.  

On Monday, there were two deadly motorcycle crashes.  The first in Mission Valley, just before 6:30p.m., where police say a 20-year-old man lost control of his bike near Friars Road and Mission Center Road. He was taken to the hospital where he died.  A second crash in Normal Heights around 11:15p.m. when police say a driver on the 805 near Adams Avenue was speeding when his motorcycle's tire blew out.  The driver hit a car and died at the scene. 

No names have been released, and police are investigating all of the crashes. 

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