Jose De Jesus Peres, the driver of an off-road utility car, was killed in a crash. California Highway Patrol and Kern County Sheriff’s officials responded to the crash. They were investigating the cause of the collision. The deceased was 29 years old and was driving a 2012 Chevrolet Sonic. He was immediately declared dead after sustaining injuries. The car he was in was not registered to him.
Jose De Jesus Briones was the driver of the SUV and was not injured in the accident. The other driver of the vehicle, Jose DeJesus, was not seriously injured, but the crash killed him. He was arrested and booked at the Marion County Jail. He faces two counts of second-degree manslaughter. He is also accused of driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol and of recklessly endangering another person.
Police have not released the cause of the accident, but they say that De Jesus was driving under the influence of alcohol when he crashed his Subaru into a Jeep moving southbound on the Interstate-5 Freeway. Both vehicles hit the passenger side of the Subaru. While both cars were intoxicated, none of the passengers in the Subaru were wearing seat belts, and one of the Jeep passengers suffered life-threatening injuries.
A California highway patrol officer said Jose De Jesus Peres was driving an unregistered Subaru when the collision occurred. The front passenger side of the Subaru was hit by the Jeep, causing the passenger-side to crash. The accident resulted in three fatalities, including the 14-year-old girl. The two drivers were not wearing seat belts when they crashed. The driver was charged with vehicular homicide and reckless driving.
The driver of the Jeep, Jose De Jesus Briones, was allegedly driving the Subaru while under the influence of alcohol. Two people were seriously injured in the accident. The other occupant of the Jeep was not hurt. Both were flown to hospitals. The Subaru driver sustained serious injuries and was treated at Salem Health. At least one of the passengers was declared life-threatening.
The crash caused two teenagers to be critically injured. A 14-year-old girl suffered major injuries and was airlifted to UC Davis Medical Center. Jose De Jesus Peres was taken to St. Elizabeth Hospital. The accident is the result of a two-car collision. Fortunately, neither driver was wearing a seat belt. The victims of the collision received serious injuries. The police have not yet recovered yet.
Two teenagers were involved in the accident. The Subaru driver was also found to have been impaired by alcohol. The car crashed into the Jeep as it was moving southbound on Liberty Road. Two passengers sustained serious injuries when the Subaru crashed into the Jeep’s passenger side. One passenger in the Jeep was killed. The two people were not wearing their seat belts. The Subaru driver was not wearing a seatbelt.
The driver of the Jeep was not injured. The Subaru driver was not wearing a seatbelt and was driving under the influence of alcohol. He was also charged with second-degree murder, two third-degree assault and driving while under the influence of drugs. The crash caused minor injuries to the other driver, who was not impaired at the time. The other driver was able to remain in the Jeep.
The accident took place on a highway in California’s Corning area. A gray Volkswagen sedan collided on Liberty Road with a black Chevrolet sedan. Both cars were hit on the passenger side of the Subaru. The Subaru passenger struck the Jeep. The driver of the Jeep and two passengers suffered life-threatening injuries. At least one passenger was killed. The Subaru driver was not wearing a seatbelt.
Hernandez, the Chevrolet driver, was charged with vehicular murder and other charges. The two other passengers were declared dead at the scene. Carlos Espinoza, the car’s owner, was treated at Vail Valley Medical Center, and then released into the custody of state troopers. The injuries were severe and the driver of the SUV was charged with vehicular homicide. The crash resulted in the arrest of the suspects.