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Two Fatal Accidents in the High Desert On Thursday Lucerne Valley And Phelan California

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Two Fatal Accidents in the High Desert On Thursday Lucerne Valley And Phelan California

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(Best Syndication) Officer Jeffrey Perez of the California Highway Patrol (CHP) is reporting two accidents on our local highways. Here is his report and see map below.

FIRST INCIDENT:

DATE = 11/29/2007
TIME = 12:07 A.M.
INVESTIGATING OFFICER = OFFICER RUDY RODRIGUEZ
LOCATION = SR-18 AT AZALEA ROAD
WEATHER = CLEAR, CALM, COLD

PERSONS INVOLVED:

PARTY #1 = DONYA NOLAN, 30 YEARS OLD, MALE, ADELANTO RESIDENT, DRIVING A 1997 GMC SUBURBAN, FATAL INJURIES, CORONER CASE #700708824.

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PARTY #2 = KELLY HARPER, 48 YEARS OLD, MALE, LANCASTER RESIDENT, DRIVING A 2007 VOLVO BIG RIG COMBO VEHICLE, NO INJURY.

SUMMARY:

A GMC SUBURBAN BEING DRIVEN BY DONYA NOLAN WAS EASTBOUND SR-18 NEAR AZALEA ROAD AT AN UNDETERMINED HIGH RATE OF SPEED. A BIG RIG COMBINATION DRIVEN BY KELLY HARPER WAS WESTBOUND SR-18 APPROACHING AZALEA ROAD AT APPROXIMATELY 55 MILES PER HOUR. MR. HARPER OBSERVED THE GMC SUBURBAN APPROACHING HIS LOCATION, AND THEN IT SUDDENLY CROSSED DIRECTLY INTO HIS LANE OF TRAVEL. MR. HARPER BRAKED ABRUPTLY AND SKIDDED TO AVOID A COLLISION BUT WAS UNABLE TO AVOID COLLIDING HEAD-ON WITH THE GMC SUBURBAN. THE IMPACT CAUSED FATA INJURIES TO MR. NOLAN (BLUNT FORCE TRAUMA TO HIS ENTIRE BODY). MR. HARPER WAS UNINJURED. THE BIG-RIG’S FUEL TANKS RUPTURED UPON IMPACT, SPILLING APPROXIMATELY 50 GALLONS OF DIESEL FUEL ACROSS BOTH LANES OF HIGHWAY 18 AND DIRT SHOULDERS. THE BIG-RIG CAME TO REST BLOCKING BOTH LANES OF SR-18. TRAFFIC WAS ROUTED AROUND THE COLLISION BY CAL-TRANS, UNTIL LANES WERE REOPENED AT APPROXIMATELY 0500 HOURS. THE CAUSE OF THE TRAFFIC COLLISION IS UNDER INVESTIGATION. PENDING FURTHER TOXICOLOGY REPORTS FROM THE CORONER’S OFFICE, ALCOHOL AND/OR DRUGS HAVE NOT YET BEEN DETERMINED TO BE A CONTRIBUTING FACTOR IN THIS COLLISION. CORONER CASE NUMBER 700708824.

SECOND INCIDENT:

DATE = 11/29/2007
TIME = UNKNOWN
INVESTIGATING OFFICER = OFFICER JIM POLDER
LOCATION = EASTBOUND EAST END ROAD WEST OF SANTA FE TRAILS (UNINCORPORATED AREA OF LUCERNE VALLEY)
WEATHER = CLOUDY, CALM, COLD

PERSON INVOLVED:

PARTY #1 = LINDA BRISCOE, 61 YEARS OLD, FEMALE, LUCERNE VALLEY RESIDENT, DRIVING A 2000 DODGE DAKOTA PICKUP, WHITE IN COLOR, FATAL INJURIES, CORONER CASE # PENDING.

SUMMARY:

NOTE-DATE AND TIME OF THE TRAFFIC COLLISION HAVE YET TO BE DETERMINED. BRISCOE WAS DRIVING HER WHITE 2000 DODGE DAKOTA PICKUP EASTBOUND ON EAST END ROAD AT AN UNKNOWN RATE OF SPEED JUST WEST OF SANTA FE TRAILS ROAD. FOR UNKNOWN REASONS, BRISCOE VEERED TO THE RIGHT, LOST STEERING CONTROL, OVERCORRECTED, AND PROCEEDED OUT OF CONTROL TOWARDS THE DIRT SHOULDER. HER VEHICLE RAN OFF THE ROAD, AND OVERTURNED UPON COLLIDING INTO THE RAISED DIRT BERM. UPON IMPACT, BRISCOE SUSTAINED FATAL INJURIES. AT 9:40 A.M., A PASSERBY DISCOVERED HER VEHICLE AND DECEASED BODY AND NOTIFIED THE CALIFORNIA HIGHWAY PATROL. BRISCOE WAS NOT WEARING A SEATBELT. ALCOHOL AND/OR DRUGS ARE NOT SUSPECTED AS A CONTRIBUTING FACTOR TO THIS TRAFFIC COLLISION. THE CALIFORNIA HIGHWAY PATROL VICTORVILLE OFFICE WILL BE CONDUCTING THE INVESTIGATION TO ITS CONCLUSION. CORONER CASE NUMBER 700708842.

By Jeffrey Perez
California Highway Patrol

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