< img alt="( Courtesy of Mendoza Household, GoFundMe)"
title=”( Thanks To Mendoza Family, GoFundMe) “border=” 0″ src= “http://MEREDITH.images.worldnow.com/images/17311935_G.jpg?auto=webp&disable=upscale&width=800&lastEditedDate=20180731071611″ width =” 180″/ >( Courtesy of Mendoza Family, GoFundMe).( Meredith )– A 20-year-old mother of two passed away after she jumped from a moving van in Brea, California, Monday early morning, according
to authorities. The car was traveling 40 mph when the woman unlocked and leapt out, < a href=" http://abc7.com/mother-of-2-dies-after-jumping-out-of-moving-minivan-in-brea/3848673/" target="
_ blank” > KABC-TV reported. She was transferred to the hospital where she later on died. Member of the family identified her as Dezirae Mendoza.
Two female guests who were inside the vehicle at the time stayed at the scene and informed officers Mendoza leapt for no apparent reason, KTLA reported. “( The 2 females) saw the victim open the car then leave from the vehicle and fall out onto the highway,” Lt. Adam Hawley said. “It’s not typical behavior for somebody to leave a moving vehicle under these type of scenarios, and that triggers issue. Clearly, we have a few concerns that we’re attempting to ask and get to the bottom of.”
The male chauffeur sped off, however officers later on situated him at a home in Los Angeles County. After cops questioned him, the motorist was released pending additional examination.
Authorities are also waiting for the coroner’s report and toxicology outcomes, which might not be readily available for another six to 8 weeks, inning accordance with KABC.
She leaves behind a 9-month-old and 4-year-old child.
Friends and household described her as “a very outgoing, high-spirited woman who indicates more than words can reveal.”
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