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05 August 2015 By James M. Johnson 0 comments

BAKERSFIELD: Antonia Vladimirov, 18, Killed in Rollover Crash on Alfred Harrell Highway

One Teen is Dead; Second Teen, Driver, Dies 5 Days Later in Bakersfield Rollover Crash

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Bakersfield rollover car accident — file photo

BAKERSFIELD, California (August 5, 2015)  — Antonia Vladimirov, 18, of Bakersfield was killed after the car he was riding in as  a passenger overturned on Alfred Harrell Highway early Wednesday morning near Mount Vernon, a report by the Bakersfield Now said.

The crash was reported about 12:30 a.m. when the 17-year-old boy driving the SUV was traveling eastbound on Alfred Harrell Highway. The teenage driver lost control of the SUV and the car ran off the roadway where it overturned onto its roof on an embankment. Vladimirov suffered major injuries and died at the scene. The boy driving the car died five days later at the Kern Medical Center on Monday, August 10. He was identified as William Robert Young, of Bakersfield.

Police are investigating what led to the crash, but initial reports indicate that the driver may have been speeding.

If you would like legal assistance after a collision involving a negligent driver, contact Johnson Attorneys Group at 800-235-6801 for a free consultation.


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