A DISASTROUS car crash in California has killed a budding basketball player, his older sister, and an unidentified passenger, while leaving two patrol officers seriously injured.
Oscar Frayer and his sister Andrea Moore were involved in a horror smash this week, just days after he showed off his skills at an NCAA tournament in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Who was Oscar Frayer’s sister Andrea Moore?
Andrea Moore is the older sister of Grand Canyon Antelopes forward Oscar Frayer, 23.
She passed away on March 23, 2021, after she was involved in a catastrophic car crash in California.
Little information is available on Andrea, as further details of the tragic accident have not yet been released.
It is not clear who was driving the vehicle at the time of the incident.
How did Oscar Frayer’s sister die?
Andrea died alongside her brother after the 2021 Subaru SUV they were travelling in smashed into a California Highway Patrol vehicle on Tuesday morning.
Two officers were assisting a stranded vehicle on Interstate 5 near Lodi, when the sibling’s car crashed into the back of their patrol vehicle at around 2:30am.
The SUV then hit a tree, before bursting into ferocious flames.
A third passenger, reportedly believed to be Oscar’s girlfriend, was also in the vehicle.
All three were pronounced dead at the scene of the horrific accident.
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Oscar’s father, who was also named Oscar, died in a car accident when he was just seven-years-old.
The two CHP officers involved in the collision were taken to hospital with “major injuries”, but both are expected to survive.
Tributes have poured in for the siblings and the unidentified victim, as the sporting world mourns the loss of the promising basketball star.