Pepperdine's Bright Stars Dimmed in Multi-Car Crash on PCH

Tragedy Strikes in Malibu A devastating multi-car crash on Pacific Coast Highway claims the lives of four Pepperdine University students, leaving the community in shock and grief.

Victims Remembered Pepperdine identifies the victims: Niamh Rolston, Peyton Stewart, Asha Weir, and Deslyn Williams, all 20-year-old seniors. The campus mourns the loss of these young lives.

Fatal Accident Unfolds The victims, believed to be from Seaver College of Liberal Arts, were struck while walking near "Dead Man’s Curve." Witnesses describe the area as perilous.

Suspect Apprehended A 22-year-old man is arrested in connection with the incident. Details about his identity remain undisclosed. The community grapples with the tragic event.

Rescue Efforts and Impact First responders rush to the scene, but the impact is evident. The crash sends shockwaves through the community, leaving witnesses comparing it to natural disasters.

Pepperdine University's Response Pepperdine University expresses profound sorrow and solidarity. Spiritual and emotional support services are extended to help the grieving community cope with the immense loss.

Area Known for Danger Residents highlight the perilous nature of "Dead Man's Curve." Calls for increased safety measures intensify as the tragedy underscores the need for caution on the road.

Community Mourns Together Amidst immeasurable grief, the community comes together. Pepperdine emphasizes faith and mutual support, urging everyone to prioritize their well-being during this heart-wrenching time.

Investigation Underway Law enforcement launches an investigation into the incident. Details surrounding the victims and the accident are awaited, amplifying the community's sense of loss.

Remembering Lives Lost As the investigation unfolds, the community remembers the vibrant lives of the four young students. Their memories echo through the hearts of Pepperdine and beyond.