Woman Killed in California Valley Rollover Crash

Woman Killed in California Valley Rollover Crash

CALIFORNIA VALLEY, CA (April 2, 2019) -A woman died in a rollover accident in a remote area of California Valley on Saturday evening. California Highway Patrol believes the crash happened around 8 p.m. on El Mira Road north of Belmont Trail.

A 23-year-old woman was driving a 2006 Ford Taurus at speeds of 50-55 mph north on El Mira which is a dirt road. Her car drifted to the left and the woman over-corrected to the right.

She then lost control of the vehicle and her car went off the road and proceeded down a small embankment. She was attempting to regain control of the vehicle when the car rolled once, landing upright. The Taurus was the only vehicle involved in the accident.

The woman was not wearing a seatbelt at the time of the crash and suffered fatal injuries. She was identified by police as California Valley resident, Robbie Lee Roe. There were no witnesses to the crash and because of its remote location, police were not contacted until nearly 10 p.m. when A friend of Roe’s came across the accident.

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Source: KPRL

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Aidin Ghavimi

Aidin is a partner at Starpoint LC, Attorneys at Law, and focuses on personal injury and employment law cases in and around Southern California. He earned his Juris Doctorate from the Loyola School of Law and his Bachelor’s from USC. Aidin’s primary goal is to bring justice to his clients and to ensure they are able to move on with their lives after a serious injury.

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