May 14, 2022
Andy Chaves dead at 32: Katastro singer and 2 others killed in horror car crash along California’s Pacific Coast Highway
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ROCK star Andy Chaves was killed in a horror car accident on Thursday morning, his bandmates have confirmed.
The Katastro singer, 32, was of three victims who died after a vehicle collided with a roadside constriction equipment on California’s north Pacific Highway.1Andy Chaves was best known as the lead vocalist of rock band Katastro
Newport Beach Police were reportedly called to the scene at approximately 12:45 am where they sadly confirmed three fatalities.
The quickly identified Chaves along with Crystal McCallum, 34, and Wayne Walter Swanson Jr., 40.
It was also reported that three roadworkers who were standing nearby when the collision occurred were taken to a hospital with minor injuries.
Chaves’ heartbroken band members confirmed his death in a statement on Instagram.
They said: "We are completely devastated to have to announce the loss of our brother and singer Andy Chaves.
“Please respect the privacy of Andy's family and the members of the band as we all begin to process this. Thank you for the love and support."
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Baltimore Man Killed In Motorcycle Crash In Arnold
BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A Baltimore man died in a motorcycle crash Thursday afternoon at an intersection in Arnold, Anne Arundel County Police said.
Investigators believe around 4:20 p.m. a Kawasaki motorcycle was traveling south on Ritchie Highway approaching Baltimore Annapolis Boulevard. At the same time, a Toyota Camry traveling north on Ritchie Highway started to make a left turn onto Baltimore Annapolis Boulevard, which is when the motorcycle and Camry collided, police said.
The motorcyclist, identified as 31-year-old Shane Tyler Rider, was fully ejected from the motorcycle and was pronounced dead on the scene. A passenger in the Camry was hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries.
An investigation is underway in the crash, police said.