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[KHTS] – Colleen Linette Brown has been identified by the Los Angeles County Coroner as the victim of a fatal car crash on Bouquet Canyon Road which occurred late Tuesday night.

Brown, 33, of Saugus, was traveling south on Bouquet Canyon Rd. around 11 p.m. when her vehicle drifted into the northbound lanes and collided with an unoccupied, parked vehicle,  according to Lt. Derek Sabatini with the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station.

BrownOfficials with the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station and the Los Angeles County Fire Department responded to the single-vehicle collision at Cinema Drive at about 11:15 p.m., said Sabatini.

Brown was pronounced dead on scene by LACoFD officials, said Sabatini.

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  1. Colleen Brown I’m still in shock. Reading the story and seeing the pictures has me weighed down. So hurt you were an amazing soul…

  2. Stefani Killam Hey cuz i saw you were friends on fb so not sure of you were aware!

  3. Josh Henry Josh Henry says:

    Lupe Montoya was this where you were?

  4. So sad to hear this news rip

  5. Anna Marie Anna Marie says:

    My heart is broken .. You are gonna be missed so much … I will never forget all the amazing memories we shared

  6. I hope someone will give her cute doggie a home.

  7. Erika Pulido is this your friend?

  8. She was an amazing person. She will be greatly missed

  9. Donna Partis Donna Partis says:

    Prayers for the family and friends

  10. Gin says:

    So sorry to get this news…
    Rest in paradise Colleen! <3

  11. Drove thru this last night leaving work very sad. Rip

  12. Love you Colleen. Miss you so much.

  13. Prayers for the family…💜

  14. Do not know her but it doesn’t matter. Such a heartbreaking tragic accident. I feel badly and pray for comfort and peace for her family. So very sorry.

  15. Amber Amodeo Amber Amodeo says:

    Feels like I’m living in a bad nightmare. Love you so much Colleen Brown.

  16. Danny Evans Danny Evans says:

    Rip Colleen and condolences to all your loved ones you left behind!!!

  17. Lauren Derma Lauren Derma says:

    I love you Colleen Brown you will truly never be forgotten your smile your blue eyes your whole persona is unforgettable may you have felt no pain and please rest easy my friend ❤️💙❤️

  18. Anonymous says:

    RIP Colleen Brown! This is so tragic. I still can’t believe it. <3 <3

  19. Lianne Taru Lianne Taru says:

    RIP, friend. 😢 Love you, Colleen!! You will be missed.

  20. Damien White Damien White says:

    Rip my condolences to the family

  21. Love you to moon and back Colleen. I wish this wasn’t true you are amazing good friend brought the light to every dark tunnel, your gonna me missed so much but never ever forgotten! My heart goes out to your entire family during this time.

  22. I’m sorry for her family about your loss

  23. So sad😔. My prayers go out to her family.

  24. So sad. My condolences to her family and friends.

  25. RIP Colleen – you will be missed

  26. I’m so sorry. God bless her and her family. So tragic!

  27. Sunny Hawley Sunny Hawley says:

    I love you woman!! I will miss you every damn day of my life. The girls miss their auntie so much. I spent the day with your folks and together we will keep your memory alive. They made me promise to come see them on a regular basis. You know I will. Please look down on us all and keep us safe. You are our angel now. One day I will see you again, until then, RIP my friend. 😭❤️😘

  28. Love you always ! I’m so sorry baby.. You didn’t deserve this

  29. So very sad :(
    Rip beautiful girl

  30. Matt Rogers says:

    Colleen was my co teacher at tutor time many years ago . She had a great heart and was always loving to all the children in our care . I’ll miss you Colleen and your wonderful smile .:(

  31. Rip..you will be missed so very much =(

  32. So sad. Prayers for her family and friends!

  33. Cheryl Heermann says:

    I’ll miss you my friend.

  34. So sorry to hear when tragedy like this happens on our community. My deepest condolences to her family and friends. Does anyone know what caused the accident?

  35. Joe Madge is this what you possibly saw

  36. So sad, such a pretty girl.

  37. Kim Emerson Kim Emerson says:

    RIP prayers to her family& friends

  38. Very sad.. Condolences go out to her family.. Rest in peace

  39. Shirley says:

    Prayers to the family. RIP.

  40. Daniel says:

    Colleen you were my first true love, we met at Magic Mountain where we both worked. Together we spend 7 years of our life together. I will always love her and she’ll always be in my thoughts randomly as she always has been. Goodnight Princess. I love you and will see you on the otherside.

  41. Peggy Owens says:

    My prayers are with you and your family!! Taken way to soon!! What a tragedy and such a loss.
    I am so very sorry!!

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