The Los Angeles County coroner’s office identified Raymond Darrah, 42, of Long Beach as the driver who passed away in a collision on Tuesday that involved a single vehicle. Darrah was pronounced dead at the scene. Due to the accident, Darrah did not survive. Monday evening about 10 o’clock, according to the report filed by the Long Beach Police Department, an accident occurred on Anaheim Street, not far from Santa Fe Avenue. The report states that the incident occurred on Monday.
The authorities said that Darrah was pronounced deceased at the scene by the paramedics that responded to the scene. At the time of the accident, Darrah was reportedly travelling west on Anaheim Street in a 1967 AMC Rambler. According to the police, the vehicle “veered off the roadway and struck a power pole.” According to a statement released by the authorities, “it is unknown at this time why the driver lost control of the vehicle.”
On the other hand, it does not appear that either speeding or driving under the influence of alcohol played a role in causing this collision. “There were no other people inside the vehicle at the time of the collision,” the police reported, “and we do not believe that any other vehicles were involved at this time.” If you or anybody you know witnessed the collision or has information about it, please get in touch with the police traffic investigators at the following number: Through the organization Crime Stoppers, anonymous tips can be sent to help solve crimes.