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An illegal U-turn was a contributing factor to the accident. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Antonio Pureco, 38, was coming home from his work as a gardener, and because of the way he approached his apartment building in Los Angeles County, California, had to make a U-turn to park in front of it.

He turned on his right turn signal as if indicating to turn right into another apartment building, then swung the car around to make a U-turn on the narrow street.

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