MURRIETA (CNS) - A motorist who suffered life-threatening injuries in a collision with a pickup truck on Interstate 215 in Murrieta, causing an hourslong shutdown of lanes, was allegedly going too fast and making abrupt turns, triggering the wreck, the California Highway Patrol said today.Conner Campos, 18, of Menifee suffered major injuries in the crash at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday on northbound I-215 at Clinton Keith Road, the CHP said.Officer Mike Lassig said that Campos was driving a 2003 Honda Accord through Murrieta and was in the fast lane of the 215 when he approached a 2005 Dodge Ram pickup with a trailer in the adjacent lane, traveling roughly 55 mph.Lassig said that Campos was at or near 90 mph when he "made an unsafe" turn to the right, veering across all traffic
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