The California Highway Patrol Friday released the name of a Glendale woman who died at a hospital after a two-vehicle crash in Mission Hills.
Tamara Manukyan, 63, was pronounced dead at Providence Holy Cross Medical Center in Mission Hills, the CHP said.
Manukyan was the passenger in a 2017 Toyota that rolled over just after 7 a.m. Thursday from the westbound Ronald Reagan (118) Freeway onto the transition to the southbound San Diego (405) Freeway, the CHP said. She was not wearing her seat belt at the time, according to CHP Officer W. Haver.
The 39-year-old Glendale woman driving the Toyota was approaching the Sepulveda Boulevard offramp in the number 3 lane when she lost control of the car “for an unknown reason” and collided with a 2002 Dodge in the number 4 lane, driven by a San Fernando man, Haver said.
Both drivers were wearing seat belts and were not injured, the officer said.
The crash remained under investigation but alcohol and/or drugs were not believed a factor, Haver said.
The two-car collision knocked out a power pole, said Margaret Stewart of the Los Angeles Fire Department.