China News Agency, Los Angeles, April 19. A Chinese student at the Dodge School of Film and Media Arts at Chapman University in the United States died in a car accident on April 15.

  The Chinese Consulate General in Los Angeles stated that it has contacted the families of the deceased international students to express their condolences and condolences, and is providing necessary assistance to the families in the aftermath.

  According to the US "Los Angeles Times" and other media and local police news, the California Highway Patrol confirmed on April 18 that the accident occurred at 1 pm local time on the 15th.

On the same day, a film crew consisting of a Chapman University student and three University of Southern California students headed to the Imperial Dunes excursion to film.

The SUV they were in was driven by one of the USC students when it rolled over the top of a large sand dune.

The 29-year-old Chapman University student tragically died in the accident and three others survived.

  "This is the scariest thing we've ever experienced," said Stephen Galloway, dean of Chapman University's Dodge School of Film and Media Arts. The student killed was Peng Wang from China, a third-year graduate student who is graduating this semester. .

He was an excellent photographer and participated in the production of many short films during his lifetime, which was loved by his friends.

  Elizabeth Daly, dean of the USC School of Cinematic Arts, said in a statement on April 18 that she extended her deepest condolences to the families of the students who died.

Daly said the student was a resident of Walnut, Calif., who worked as a photographer for a production team at the USC School of Cinematic Arts.

The academy will investigate the cause of the accident.