A hockey player died in a tragic incident in Southern California.
The Los Angeles Times reports that the 33-year-old was working at a gas station in the town of Roseville when he accidentally drove into a ditch.
It’s unclear what caused the accident, but police said the victim died at the scene.
Roseville police said that the victim’s condition was not known.
Police said that they were investigating what caused him to crash, but did not elaborate.
A GoFundMe account has been set up to help the family.
We’re heartbroken by this tragedy and we want everyone to know that we are praying for the families of the two hockey players.
Lighthouse Hockey Association officials are working with the coroner to determine what led to the accident.
The club is in the midst of a three-year transition from the American Hockey League (AHL) to the professional ranks.
This marks the first time in history that a professional hockey team has been in the Valley for more than three years.
For more on the Lighthouse Hockey League, check out this story from the Times.