Personalized Legal Representation by Compassionate,
Dedicated and Experienced Attorneys

Multi-Vehicle Accident at Highway 46 and Interstate 5 in Kern County

San Joaquin Valley Automobile Accident Lawyer John Rozier has the subsequent update; On Saturday, November 8, 2014, a multiple vehicle accident ends in fatality.  The Kern County car collision happened on Interstate 5 near Lost Hills, at about 3 PM.

Terry Mishler, 68 years old, was driving a 2013 Dodge pickup truck while pulling a travel trailer, on southbound I-5.  The Dodge traveled onto the State Route 46 off-ramp, at the same time that Joan Marie Albert, of Alto Loma, was driving her 2008 Ford west on Highway 46 and south I-5.

It is reported that Mishler did not stop at the red light and attempted to make a right turn onto westbound Hwy 46, right when the Ford entered the intersection.  The Dodge truck and the Ford crashed into each other.

The impact sent Albert’s vehicle into a light pole, while the Dodge continued across the on-ramp where it collided with a 2004 Ford that was going east on State Route 46 to southbound Interstate 5.  The pickup truck then drove off the road and down a dirt embankment.

Joan Albert died as a result of the collision.  Mishler, and the other victim sustained minor injuries in the wreck.

Please call if you would like us to investigate this accident. The event data recorders with the airbag modules may have recorded the vehicle speeds. My firm is located in Visalia on Caldwell Ave., north of Bakersfield.Attorney John Rozier. 559-713-0159 or contact us online www.nelsonrozier.com.

——–

Archives