On Thursday, January 10, 2019, a head-on vehicle accident ended fatally, north of Atwater. The Merced County fog-related auto collision happened on Shaffer Road, at around 6:00 AM.
At least five people were injured in the incidents. The victims injuries were from minor to moderate. They were taken to the hospital for treatment of their wounds.Please give me a call if you need legal representation or a consultation. Attorney John Rozier. I specialize in personal injury cases that have resulted from vehicle accidents. www.nelsonrozier.com or call us at 559-713-0159.My firm is located in Visalia, on Caldwell Ave.
It has been reported that five or more people were hurt. Their injuries ranged from minor to moderate. The victims were taken to the hospital by ambulance for treatment.Please call us this afternoon to preserve evidence of these accidents. Mr. Rozier is a lawyer that specializes in fog-related vehicle collisions, and personal injuries. 559-713-0159 or online at www.nelsonrozier.com.--------
Officers reported that at the time of the collisions motorists could only see between 600 and 1,200 feet in front of their automobiles.At least five people were hurt, with injuries ranging from minor to moderate. They were taken to the hospital for treatment.
January 28, 2015- A two semi truck collision caused chain reaction of accidents, in Fresno County, on Wednesday. The big rig crash killed one driver and left others injured on Highway 41, at about 3 AM. A Foster Farms poultry truck, carrying chickens, had pulled off to the side of Highway 41, on the northbound freeway, north of Central Avenue. The driver of the big rig, from Livingston, was out of the cab, when a tanker truck, driven by Brandon Russell, 33, of Visalia. crashed into it.
A semi truck, driven by Steve Frisby, of Visalia, was turning from Road 64, onto Highway 198. The weather was foggy, and Frisby failed to see a red Lincoln MKZ in the slow lane and pulled out into the intersection, right in front of it.
The Lincoln, which was driven by Claudia De Esquivel, 34, of Visalia, attempted to stop to avoid the big rig, but the car crashed into the rear of the truck.
Cheriee Brown was driving a grey 2008 Acura directly behind the Lincoln and also collided with the other two vehicles. The Acura struck the back of the MKZ and pinned it under the tractor-trailer.
Brown and De Esquivel suffered moderate injuries. They were taken by ambulance to Kaweah Delta Medical Center, in Visalia.
Frisby was not hurt in the crash.
The CHP said that the fog played a major factor in the collision.
The scene of the accident should be independently inspected as soon as possible. Please call Mr. Rozier at 559-713-0159, or contact online at www.nelsonrozier.com. He specializes in fog-related automobile collisions.--------