Tulare Police Officer Injured in High-Speed Collision on J Street
Tulare, CA (July 30, 2022) On Friday, 20-year-old Jesus Miguel Meza Rosas of Tulare was arrested in a DUI crash on J Street that injured a Tulare police officer.
According to the Tulare Police Department (TPD), the high-speed collision happened around 7:15 a.m. in the area of San Joaquin Avenue.
Reports say that Meza Rosas ran a stop sign and was driving at high speed before colliding with the patrol vehicle the officer was driving.
After the crash, officials say that several passengers from the suspect vehicle fled on foot, while one passenger stayed. Paramedics transported the passenger to a hospital.
Meanwhile, Meza Rosas stayed at the scene, and police later arrested him for suspicion of felony drunk driving causing injury, and driving without a license.
Police booked Jesus Miguel Meza Rosas at the Tulare County Jail.
The perverse actions of a reckless driver can increase the likelihood of traffic collisions.
This is a powerful reminder to always pay close attention to drivers around you. Constantly keep a considerable distance from others just in case harm is near.
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