San Luis Obispo man killed in Highway 154 crash identified

May 20, 2020

Daniel Anthony Andrade

The Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office has identified the person killed in a collision on Highway 154 last Friday as 21-year-old Daniel Anthony Andrade of San Luis Obispo.

Shortly before 6 p.m., Andrade was driving a Honda Accord at a high rate of speed just east of the Lake Cachuma entrance. Andrade crossed over a double yellow line in attempt to pass a vehicle and crashed head-on into an oncoming car, according to the CHP.

The collision trapped Andrade in the Accord, and fire personal needed to extricate him from the car. A helicopter airlifted Andrade to the hospital, where he died of his injuries.

While the sheriff’s office states Andrade was a San Luis Obispo resident, a GoFundMe page that is raising money for burial and medical expenses says Andrade was raised in Bakersfield and moved to Santa Maria about six months ago.

“He was starting to get his life together and looking forward to a job interview on Monday and was talking about taking college courses online,” the GoFundMe campaign states.

Two other individuals suffered injuries in the crash. One of those two people, the driver of the other car, suffered major injuries.

An investigation into the collision is ongoing.


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exWGemployee

I wish they’d donate the nearly $10k they’ve raised with the GoFundMe page to the victims that he harmed while driving like an idiot. They are truly the innocent ones that deserve some financial help – not this guy.


Freethebud

Tool


Black_Copter_Pilot

Cause of death: Gross stupidity.


slojustice

How about a go fund me page for the poor victims his irresponsible driving caused.


JThomas

How about saved us money in the long run!


JThomas

Nice looking young man!


shishkabob141

Driving at a high rate of speed, crossing a double yellow to pass…

That does not sound like starting to get his life together.

That sounds stupid. While there’s no hope for him, I hope the innocent victims recover.