Dominic Dagsher Fatally Struck in Collision on Highway 50, Stab Wounds Apparent
Folsom, CA (August 13, 2021) – Last month, Dominic Dagsher, 22, died in a hit and run crash on Highway Thursday following a median collision.
The fatal collision took place on August 12 on Highway 50 near Prairie City Road at about 2:45 a.m.
According to the California Highway Patrol, the now-deceased driver crashed into the center divider along the westbound side of Highway 50. Then, Dagsher reportedly exited the car when another vehicle suddenly hit them.
Due to the impact of the crash, the driver succumbed to his injuries. Renee Dagsher, the victim’s mother, says she did not learn until several days later that Dominic had also been stabbed. Indeed, the Sacramento County Coroner’s Office attributed his death to multiple stab wounds, as well as blunt force injuries.
Furthermore, officers have not released information about the vehicles involved in the incident. The events leading up to the collision also remain unclear.
CHP is asking anyone who might have information regarding the incident to contact them.
Moreover, the investigation remains ongoing.
Our deepest sympathies are with the family and friends of Dominic Dagsher. We at Sweet Lawyers wish them strength and comfort during this difficult time.
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