January 6, 2010 – A 37-year-old Orange County man was killed late Monday in a rollover crash on I-5 south of the U.S. Border Patrol checkpoint, authorities said.
The man, whose name has not been released, was driving a Toyota Camry north on the freeway about 10 p.m. when for unknown reasons he lost control and the car rolled several times, coming to rest on the right shoulder. Witnesses told officers that the driver had been weaving in and out of traffic, the California Highway Patrol said.
The man died at the scene. Investigators were looking into the suspicion that he was under the influence of alcohol, the CHP said.
The man lived in Lake Forest, the medical examiner said.
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