3 dead in California after SUV fleeing Border Patrol crashes

3 dead in California after SUV fleeing Border Patrol crashesSAN DIEGO (AP) — An SUV fleeing from U.S. Border Patrol agents smashed through a guardrail and hurtled into a ravine off a San Diego freeway, killing three of the vehicle's occupants and seriously injuring a fourth, authorities said Friday.


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