A Chandler couple was killed when a truck rolled off a bridge in San Diego and hit several people below.
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A Navy sailor is facing DUI and vehicular manslaughter charges after the pick-up truck that he was driving plunged off a Coronado bridge near San Diego, killing four people and injuring nine others at a festival below. Two of those four people were a couple from Chandler.
The California highway patrol says the suspect, Richard Sepolio, was alone in the truck Saturday afternoon when he lost control and plummeted 60 feet onto a vendor's booth below.
He remains hospitalized with serious injuries.
Family members tell FOX 10 that Cruz and Anna-Marie Contreras were visiting a motorcycle festival in San Diego's Chicano Park when a truck rolled off the Coronado Bridge and hit them and two other people.
All four people were killed and police say the 25-year-old driver of the truck is hospitalized and may have been under the influence. Investigators say the driver is a Navy serviceman and was on-duty at the time of the crash.
Family members say Cruz and Anna-Marie were married for 35 years and were beloved grandparents.
A GoFundMe account has been set up for the family. You can click here to donate.