I was there. One poor woman looked decapitated. Another's bones and white meat were exposed at the knee caps. 7 or 8 others were injured. A lot of vendors and bikers (nice Harleys) were visiting from Los Angeles. Normally Chicano Park isn't that crowded but there was a festival. RIP to the victims and prayers to the families. Was such a good vibe and until some drunk person had to destroy innocent lives. The driver was still alive, passed out, as people tried lift the truck to rescue those those under it. Please drink responsibly fam. This was a freak accident which could have been avoided. Truck Flies Off Coronado Bridge, Kills 4 at Chicano Park At least four people were killed and several others were injured Saturday when a truck traveling on the Coronado Bay Bridge in San Diego veered off the road and flew 60 feet off the bridge, landing on a crowd gathered at a park below. The crash happened just after 3:30 p.m. PT off the bridge and near the 1900 block of Julian Avenue. California Highway Patrol (CHP) Officer Jake Sanchez said the person behind the wheel of the pickup truck, suspected of driving under the influence, hit a guard rail, rolled and landed on a crowd of people at Chicano Park. The park sits below the entrance of the bridge from Interstate 5, in Barrio Logan. Slain SDPD Officer's Legacy Shines at Memorial Walk One witness told NBC 7 he heard truck screeching as it plowed into the park below. “I [saw] that truck come flying off the ramp here and onto the people that were underneath them. I was that close to them,” he said. “It’s terrible.” Another witness, Dolores D'Angelo, was attending the festival at Chicano Park, where she was scheduled to perform with a band. Suddenly, she saw debris and dust flying off the bridge, then saw parts of the car scattered everywhere. "Pieces of car parts were flying all over the place. When we got up, we turned around, everybody started running over there because we realized, there were people sitting there – there were people sitting right there," D'Angelo described. "We were trying to get in to see if we could maybe lift up the car, move the car out of the way to see if we could get the people out. There were so many people crowded by then,” she added. “I was trying to call 911 and I think I called it like four times and I don’t know that I ever hit ‘send’ properly because I got really nervous; I got really scared.” "I saw a car flying through the air, right off the bridge. It looked like -- I couldn't see anybody driving the car. It looked like as if Superman had thrown a car right off the bridge. It was just flying down," D'Angelo added. The San Diego Police Department (SDPD) and CHP confirmed that at least four people were killed in the crash. Police said two others suffered major injuries and at least seven other people suffered minor injuries. The driver of the car is alive, police said, but critically injured. He was hospitalized and arrested on suspicion of DUI, Sanchez said. Things to Do This Weekend: Oct. 13-16 As dozens of first responders filled the park, medics began treating those with minor injuries at the scene and rushing those with critical injuries to UC San Diego Medical Center, Scripps Mercy Hospital and Sharp Coronado. Debris was strewn about the crash site; blood could be seen on the sidewalks.