Seventh Heaven Star, Lorenzo Brino, Died In A Sudden Crash On Monday

No matter who you are, an accident can happen at any time which can devastating repercussions. Earlier this month, television sitcom star, Lorenzo Brino, was killed in a car accident.  He was only 21 years old.

NBC in Los Angeles reported on its website that initial investigations reveal that on Monday, March 9th, at approximately 3:00 A.M., Brino was driving his 2016 Toyota Camry when he suddenly lost control of the vehicle. The Camry finally came to a halt when he hit a utility pole at the intersection of Yucaipa Blvd. and 16th St in Yucaipa, where he lived.

Deputies with the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department received a call and responded to the crash. Brino was pronounced dead at the scene at the intersection.  There were no other passengers in the car with Brino at the time, and fortunately, no one else was injured.

Lorenzo is survived by two brothers, Zachary and Nikolas, and his sister “Mimi” Myrinda. Lorenzo and his siblings were one of a set of quadruplets who appeared on a popular television series that played on the WB Network called Seventh Heaven. Lorenzo and all of his siblings played as infant twins on the show, and all four infants were rotated during filming between 1999  and 2007 throughout the show’s seasons. 

The accident is still under investigation by the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department. So far, authorities have not stated whether intoxication from substances or alcohol was a factor in the fatal crash.

 

 

 

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