Roller Derby Skater Killed When Plane Crashes Into Car on 15 Fwy in San Diego County

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A small plane that slammed into a car after landing on Interstate 15 in Fallbrook on Saturday killed a San Diego roller derby skater sitting in the vehicle’s back seat, authorities said.

Antoinette Isbelle is seen in a photo published on a GoFundMe page after her death on April 2, 2016.

Antoinette Isbelle is seen in a photo published on a GoFundMe page after her death on April 2, 2016.

The woman was identified by the Medical Examiner’s Office as Antoinette “Toni” Frances Isbelle, 38, of San Diego. Isbelle was a member of the Starlettes roller derby team under the nickname “Rockalishous.”

The plane, a single-engine blue and white Lancair IV, landed in the northbound slow lane of the freeway, about a mile north of state Route 76 at 9:15 a.m., said California Highway Patrol Officer Chris Parent.

It skidded about 250 feet and plowed into the back of a 2015 Nissan Sentra carrying the roller derby skaters. Parent said the driver, Aaron Mccann, 42, of Escondido, had stopped on the shoulder to sync his Bluetooth when the plane struck the car.

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