I am attempting to research my most recent past life, of which I possess memories of only the past few minutes of her life. I'm aware that she was a woman in her twenties or early thirties. Attractive, blonde. Driving a red convertible somewhere in the Southwest (I believe California but it may have been in an area around the border in another state). She was momentarily distracted and her car went off a bridge and into a river sometime in the mid-1950's or early 60's. So far, the only real way I've found of checking this is calling county to county and asking if there are any coincidental records. That's a pain in the butt all around, so I was wondering if anyone might have a better method for checking single-vehicle accidents such as this one, assuming of course that she was found and identified.