2-Year-Old Sustains Injuries in Highway 180 DUI Collision
Fresno, CA (July 22, 2022) – On Friday, the authorities arrested Jalessa Johnson, a 30-year-old Lancaster woman, in a DUI crash on Highway 180 injuring her 2-year-old passenger.
The traffic incident took place at about 4:50 a.m. east of Chestnut Avenue.
According to the investigators, Jalessa Johnson, was intoxicated and driving at a high rate of speed.
As a result, Johnson was not able to stop her 2006 Chrysler 300 when the 2002 Toyota Tacoma ahead of her slowed.
The Chrysler rear-ended of the Toyota and caused several more crashes as the vehicles blocked the roadway.
Immediately, the paramedics rushed Johnson and her 2-year-old passenger to Community Regional Medical Center with major injuries. Officers say that the toddler was in a not fitted properly car seat.
Also, the rescuers took the 34-year-old Fresno man riding in Johnson’s vehicle to the hospital with moderate injuries.
The 70 and 78-year-old Sanger women in the Toyota did not report injuries.
Finally, officers arrested Jalessa Johnson on suspicion of DUI.
Never drink and drive to prevent incidents like the Highway 180 DUI collision.
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