Two Navy Members Who Died in Pendleton Crash Identified by U.S. Military

On Friday, the U.S. military released the names of the two Navy members who lost their lives in a traffic collision on I-5 near Camp Pendleton. Unfortunately, the identity of the third person involved in the accident has yet to be disclosed. The incident occurred early Thursday morning and resulted in the tragic loss of three lives.

According to the Navy and the California Highway Patrol, Jess Davis, a 38-year-old from Tennessee, and Stephen Williams, a 37-year-old from Texas, were part of a group of four motorcyclists. The group crashed into vehicles that had collided and become disabled in the southbound lanes of the freeway near Las Pulgas Road around 3 a.m. on Thursday.

Sadly, Williams and Davis lost their lives in the accident, along with one of their fellow motorcyclists. The identity of the third rider has not yet been disclosed.

According to the CHP, the fourth motorcyclist and four other individuals who sustained injuries of differing degrees in the accident were transported to the hospital for treatment of serious trauma by paramedics.

According to Navy spokesman Brian O’Rourke, Williams was stationed at the Southwest Regional Maintenance Center in San Diego, while Davis served on the USS Alexandria, an attack submarine based in Point Loma.

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