Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Tulare County SUV Crash Kills One, in Visalia, on Lovers Lane

May 31, 2015- A Tulare County woman was killed in an SUV collision, on Sunday.  The vehicle accident happened in Visalia, at approximately 1 PM, on Lovers Lane.

Michael Thayer, 19 years old, was driving a 2007 Jeep Patriot north on Lovers Lane.  The Sport Utility Vehicle tried to make a left turn onto Tulare Avenue, and was struck by a 1996 Honda Accord that was traveling south on Lovers Lane.

Fahm Sautern, 41, of Visalia, was a passenger in the Honda.  She sustained serious injuries.  She was taken by ambulance to Kaweah Delta Medical Center.  She succumbed to her injuries and died in the hospital on Thursday, June 4th.

Two other passengers in the Accord; Sou Saefong, and Ying Saechao, suffered minor to moderate injuries.  Ty Phanachone, 63 years old, the driver of the Honda, was not injured.  Thayer also was not hurt.

While our condolences go out to the friends and family of the victim, we recognize that no monetary sum can ease the pain and loss felt after a tragedy such as this. However, just monetary compensation can help ease the burden of medical bills, final expenses, and help support any dependents left behind by the deceased.

Please contact us at www.nelsonrozier.com or call Attorney John Rozier, at 559-713-0159, if you would like help filing a claim.

Kern County Automobile Collision Ends in Fatality, on Highway 223, in Arvin

Bakersfield, Visalia, Fresno Collision Attorney John L. Rozier has the following accident report; On Saturday, June 20, 2015, two people were fatally wounded in a rollover vehicle collision, on Highway 223.  The Kern County automobile accident occurred in Arvin, at approximately 4:40 in the morning.

A 22 year old female driver of a black Honda Accord, was headed west on Highway 223.  The Accord started to veer off the highway, near General Beale Road.  The car collided with a barbwire fence and then rolled over.

The driver and a passenger, who was also 22 years old, were ejected from the Honda.  They were reported to have not been wearing their seat belts, when the accident happened.

The two women died at the scene of the collision.  A third female in the automobile, suffered serious injuries.  She was taken to Kern Medical Center, in Bakersfield, for treatment.  Her condition is unknown.

Mr. Rozier is located north of Arvin, in Visalia and would like to speak to the families of those involved in this accident.  Please give him a call at 559-713-0159, or online at www.nelsonrozier.com.

Big Rig Accident on Southbound Highway 99, in Fresno, at Jensen Avenue Exit

June 30, 2015- A big rig collision occurred on southbound Highway 99, in Fresno.  The double semi truck accident happened on early Tuesday morning, near the Jensen Avenue exit.

One semi, with a trailer filled with onions, was parked on the shoulder of Hwy 99 south.  Another tractor-trailer was traveling on the southbound freeway and smashed into the stopped rig.

fresno two big rigs accident southbound highway 99 onions jensen avenue

Upon impact, the cargo of the vehicles was sent flying all over the roadway.  All the lanes of the freeway were closed until crews could clean up the wreckage.

Both semi truck drivers suffered injuries.  They were taken by ambulance to local hospitals.

Please give me a call if you need legal representation or a consultation. Attorney John Rozier  www.nelsonrozier.com or call us at 559-713-0159. My firm is located in Visalia, on Caldwell Ave.

Pickup Truck Crash Causes Power Outage in Tulare County, near Ivanhoe

June 29, 2015- A pickup truck crash left people without power in Tulare County.  The vehicle accident took place northwest of Ivanhoe, on Road 132, at around 5:17 PM.

A white pickup truck was driving on Road 132, south of Avenue 352, when for an unknown reason the driver lost control.  The vehicle left the roadway and smashed into a wooden power pole.

tulare county pickup truck crash power pole no electricity road 132

The impact of the truck caused the pole and live electrical wires to fall to the ground.  The electricity in the downed wires started a grass fire in the area.  Firefighters could not put out the fire until the power was shut off by a Southern California Edison work crew.

Power was reported to have been lost for 629 homes and businesses in the area.

The driver in the incident sustained minor injuries.

If you need legal counseling or representation for this accident, please give me a call. Attorney John Rozier, of Visalia, just miles from the scene of the collision. Our office is located on Caldwell Avenue. 559-713-0159 or www.nelsonrozier.com.