Injury Reported in SR 138 Fatal Rollover Accident
Cajon Valley, CA (January 19, 2023) On Wednesday morning, a 2-vehicle crash on Highway 138 claimed the life of a 39-year-old Hesperia man and injured another person.
The CHP says that the fatal rollover accident happened at about 4:21 a.m. on SR 138, near milepost marker 19.00 and Summit Post Office Road.
Reports say that the collision involved a blue Ford Explorer and a 2001 Dodge 1500. Officials say that the driver of the Dodge lost control of their vehicle and overturned onto the roadway.
Moreover, officials say that the impact of the crash ejected the Dodge driver onto the roadway, authorities pronounced the driver dead at the scene.
Meanwhile, a ground ambulance transported another injured person to a hospital in critical condition.
Authorities are investigating the fatal rollover accident and have not released further information at this time.
Sweet Lawyers extend our sympathies to the family of the person who died in the 2-vehicle crash on Highway 138. Our hearts are with you through these trying times. We also wish the injured party a quick recovery.
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