Cawston man dies in horriffc California golf cart crash

A Cawston man along with his longtime friend were killed when an SUV crashed into the golf cart they were riding in in California.

A Cawston man along with his longtime

friend were killed when an SUV

crashed into the golf cart they were

riding in at a mobile home park in

California.

Neil Karran, 77, died November 18

following the collision at Desert Moon

and Colonial drives in the Tri Palms

Estates mobile home park in Thousand

Palms, California, according to the

Riverside County Coroner’s office.

It’s been reported Karran was in

California helping his longtime friend

Ronald Little, 76, of Lac La Hache,

BC ready his mobile home to put it up

for sale.

Little and his two dogs also died at

the scene of the horrific collision.

The men’s wives were at home in

British Columbia at the time of the collision.

The collision occurred at about 3:15

p.m. November 18, when the SUV

slammed into the golf car from behind.

The men were ejected from the golf

cart.

A 32-year-old Palm Desert,

California woman has been charged

with two counts of DUI second-degree

murder, animal cruelty and driving on a

suspended license.

The Desert Sun newspaper reported

the woman pleaded not guilty in

California court last week and remains

in custody. She is expected to appear in

Riverside County Superior Court later

this week.

Karran leaves behind a wife, two

adult children and several grandchildren.

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