Driver Killed, Passenger Injured in Crows Landing Road Crash
CROWS LANDING, Calif. (Feb. 11, 2019) — A 47-year-old Antelope man driving a GMC died and his passenger, 25-year-old Frankie Farwell of Orangevale, was critically injured Monday morning in a solo-vehicle rollover crash in Crows Landing.
The driver allegedly lost control of the 2002 GMC while attempting to navigate a right curve in the roadway on the westbound Crows Landing Road, just west of Morris Road.
The crash took place about 7:30 a.m., according to a report by the California Highway Patrol.
The vehicle veered off the south edge of Crows Landing Road where it overturned on the dirt shoulder and struck an almond tree and eventually landed on its wheels.
Both the driver and passenger were reportedly not wearing seat belts. The driver was partially ejected during the collision and was pronounced dead at the scene.
Meanwhile, Farwell was ejected from the vehicle and found on the south dirt shoulder of Crows Landing Road.
Paramedics rushed her by air ambulance to a local trauma center for treatment of major injuries.
The crash remains under investigation to determine fault.
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