BAY POINT — The CaliLow Automotive Membership will host its first low-rider present and toy drive in reminiscence of two younger ladies who had been struck when the driving force of a stolen truck rammed into their mom’s automobile in January of 2018.
The occasion is ready for Oct. 19 on the Bay Church, 2475 Evoa Highway. Admission is free although donations of $25 or an unwrapped toy are requested on the household occasion, which organizers hope will grow to be an annual one.
Present automobiles are requested to reach at eight a.m. and the occasion will run from 9 a.m. till 2 p.m. Along with the automotive present, there will likely be music, meals distributors, bounce homes and face portray obtainable. Raffle tickets are $2 every.
Camila Cardoza was critically injured within the crash on Freeway Four at Somersville Highway at Freeway Four on Jan. 17, 2018, and died days later. Camila’s Four-year-old sister, Lenexy, was killed within the crash and their mom, Edith Cardoza, suffered critical inquiries.
The crash occurred after a county Sheriff’s deputy noticed Saucedo driving a stolen white Ford F-250 close to Bailey Highway in Bay Level and adopted it eastbound Freeway Four, in response to police. The truck later took the Somersville Highway exit in Antioch and accelerated, authorities mentioned. The driving force ran by the pink mild and crashed into Cardoza’s Ford F-150 that was touring south on Somersville Highway.
Noe Saucedo of Pittsburg, the driving force of the pickup, was charged with homicide. The 25-year-old’s trial started earlier this month in Martinez.