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20 October 2015 By James M. Johnson 0 comments

BAKERSFIELD: Man, 26, Killed, 3 Injured in Highway 99 Car Crash

BAKERSFIELD, California (October 20, 2015) — Roman Donte Warner, 26, of Bakersfield was killed in an early morning crash that injured three others Tuesday on the southbound Highway 99, just north of Kimberlina Road, a report by the Kern County Coroner Office said.

The California Highway Patrol stated that the crash took place at 1:06 a.m. when a driver lost control of a car with four people inside. The vehicle overturned and all occupants were ejected into the roadway.

Warner died of his injuries at the scene, but two others suffered moderate to major injuries and were transported to a local hospital for treatment.  A third victim was suffering from life-threatening injuries.

Police stated that none of the people in the vehicle were wearing seat belts.

“This is a tragedy for the family of the person who died this morning and my condolences go out to them at this difficult time,” said Attorney James Johnson.

If you have legal questions following a traffic accident, Johnson Attorneys Group offers a free consultation by calling 800-235-6801.

 

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