4 Injured after Crash near Highway 101, David Gosselin Arrested
LEGGETT, CA (November 21, 2018) – On Wednesday afternoon, a woman was killed in a DUI Collision on Highway 1. She has only been identified as a resident on Alameda.
According to the California Highway Patrol, the accident took place at approximately 2:08 PM, near Highway 101. The fatal incident happened after 57-year-old David Gosselin of Leggett, lost control of his 2007 Toyota Tacoma pick-up truck due to an unknown reason. The truck then spun into the northbound lanes of the road crashing head-on with a 2001 Ford Escape and a 1998 Toyota Camry. Due to impact of the crash, both cars collided into the embankment, while the cab and chassis of the truck separated and overturned in the lanes.
The female driver of the Ford was pronounced dead on site by medics. 69-year-old Barry Greenburg of Alameda , 20-year-old Rhiannon Chavez-Miramontes of Eureka, and Gosselin was taken to Howard Memorial Hospital with serious injuries. The driver of the Camry, identified as 21-year-old Ivan Romero of Chula Vista, suffered minor injuries.
Gosselin was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence. No additional information has been released at this time.
Sending our sincerest condolences to the family and friends of the deceased victim. We at Sweet Law Group wish them strength and comfort during this difficult time. May she rest in peace.
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