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Teen killed after crashing ATV into tree in Corona

A 17-year-old was killed while riding an all-terrain vehicle in Corona, according to the Riverside County coroner’s office.

Marcos Saucedo of Riverside was riding the ATV about 8 p.m. Saturday when he lost control and hit a tree near the 17,400 block of Eagle Valley Road, according to the coroner’s office. He was pronounced dead at the scene minutes later.

-- Seema Mehta

 
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Tell the whole story. Was Marcos Saucedo legal or illegal ?

those things are fun but very dangerous. sad

What does it matter whether he was legal or not? He died!

They are fun but, you have to be very careful operating them. I wonder if the victim was wearing a helmet. There has been a lot of death and severe injuries connected to these machines.

True, ATVs are dangerous . . . so is life, especially in So Cal.

Caliphobe...you have major issue's. Someone's child is dead. Have some respect.

My condolences to the family.

R.I.P. Marcos. You will be missed. This was a great kid my son was on the same soccer team as Marcos. My condolences to his family.

I may not have known him long but he made a great impression on me. He was sweet and caring. So many people came to give him his last good bys. But I feel he left this world and lives on in a better world with God. He will never truly be gone because he will live forever in all our hearts and through memories he will live forever.

caliphobe does it matter. he was my cousin and he was a great son and brother. everyone loved him. we are all going to miss him and were all going to miss that chesy smile of his. i love you marcos. and we all miss you

u'll be missed marcos.. the whole team was wondering were u were that saturday morning u missed and we alll missed u now

it doesn't matter if he was legal o not' it is rude and disrespectful to say anything like that. He was A wonderful guy and was so sweeet<33 i will always miss him and love him.he is always in my heart<3
R.I.P BABYBOY Fly High<33


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