Ager Beswick Road Crash Kills Yreka Man, Joshua Justice Arrested
Montague, CA (May 18, 2021) – On Sunday, a 54-year-old Yreka man died and police arrested 33-year-old Joshua Justice of Weed in a DUI crash on Ager Beswick Road.
The fatal crash took place at about 11 P.M.
Apparently, Justice was eastbound on a 1999 Toyota Land Cruiser when he drifted off the roadway.
Justice lost control of the vehicle and it rolled over.
As a result, his passenger who wasn’t wearing his seatbelt was thrown out of the vehicle.
Unfortunately, the unidentified passenger died at the accident scene.
Justice suffered moderate injures in the accident. Officers said he was wearing his seat belt at that time.
Meanwhile, officers said alcohol is a suspected factor in this fatal incident.
Justice is facing charges of DUI causing injury and vehicular manslaughter
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