July 28, 2011 - San Diego, Calif. - A motorist was killed Sunday, July 24, in a fiery San Diego car crash, on the off-ramp of a freeway, reported 10 News.
The man, who has not yet been identified, was driving west on state Route 94 when, at around 11:35 p.m., he exited at Euclid Avenue where he struggled to negotiate a turn.
The driver lost control of his car, a 2003 Kia Rio, ran off of the ramp and slammed into a tree.
Shortly after the San Diego car crash, the car burst into flames, according to the California Highway Patrol. Once firefighters had put out the fire, they discovered the driver's body in the wreckage. No other details have been released.
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