Andrew Lipscomb, Matthew Martin and Kimbra Carlson Involved in Crash on O’Byrnes Ferry Road [Jamestown, CA]

Andrew Lipscomb, Matthew Martin and Kimbra Carlson Involved in Crash on O’Byrnes Ferry Road [Jamestown, CA]

Andrew Lipscomb, Matthew Martin and Kimbra Carlson Involved in Crash on O’Byrnes Ferry Road [Jamestown, CA]

Andrew Lipscomb, Matthew Martin and Kimbra Carlson Involved in Crash on O’Byrnes Ferry Road [Jamestown, CA]

No Injuries in Jamestown Auto Accident on O’Byrnes Ferry Road

 
JAMESTOWN, CA (March 11, 2021) – Wednesday, a crash involving Andrew Lipscomb, Matthew Martin, and Kimbra Carlson happened on O’Byrnes Ferry Road.
 
The incident occurred at about 1:15 p.m. just before the bridge on Jamestown.
 
According to CHP spokesperson Steve Machado, 35-year-old Andrew Lipscomb of Kellogg Idaho traveled in a dump truck hauling a utility trailer.
 
As Lipscomb drove his truck north on O’Byrnes Ferry Road near Old O’Brynes Ferry Road, he lost control while rounding a curve.
 
Then, the truck struck Matthew Martin, 39, of Copperopolis driving a Dodge Ram pickup truck. Then, it struck 52-year-old Kimbra Carlson of Fallon driving another pickup.
 
Afterward, the dump truck drove off the road, fell into an embankment, then overturned.
 
Machado confirmed that rainy weather played a role. “We’re unsure if speed was a factor in this crash. However, the roads were wet at the time and the driver of the dump truck only lost control of the trailer.”
 
The incident led to the closure of the O’Byrnes Ferry Road and Highway 108 intersection. The incident also led to the closure from about a half-mile north of the Sierra Conservation Center to the Tuolumne County side of the bridge.
 

Auto Accidents in California

 
Common events on the road can just as swiftly become safety hazards. Everyone must remain calm to properly handle the immediate aftermath of an automobile collision.
 
As a driver, it is your responsibility to be a proactive driver, rather than a reactive one. Moreover, driving defensively prepares you for emergencies. Moreover, if a police officer tried to stop you from driving, obey them. They’re doing all of these precautionary measures for your safety and the safety of other motorists as well.
 
Mark Sweet, a personal injury attorney at Sweet Lawyers, says that serious auto accident cases may call for a separate investigation spearheaded by an experienced lawyer fighting on behalf of the injured party.


If you are involved in a dangerous accident, you can reach out to the experienced lawyers at Sweet Law Group. We have over 40 years of experience in the legal field, and we know what it takes to win your injury case. Let us fight for you, and achieve the justice and compensation that you and your family deserve. Thus, call our offices at (800) 674-7852 for a free, no-obligation consultation with a professional in your area.