Chowchilla resident dead in a solo-vehicle crash on CA-41 interchange in Fresno
According to fresnobee.com, a man was killed on Highway 41 Tuesday morning in a car crash along Highway 41 interchange in Fresno.
As mentioned in the article, the California Highway Patrol responded to a solo-car crash reported around 4:30 a.m. Tuesday morning. Officers arrived to find a 2013 Hyundai Elantra crashed into a large cement freeway support post.
According to witnesses mentioned in the article, the Elantra went up in flames.
The driver of the Elantra was pronounced dead at the scene. The deceased driver was identified by the Fresno County Sheriff’s Office as Marc Garner II, 36.
The California Highway Patrol said Garner left the interchange road from southbound Highway 41 and went into a gore that separates the highways 180 and 168 interchange lanes.
Garner lost control in the gore where he drover between two guardrails and slammed into a post.
Officials do not know what speed he was traveling at when the collision occurred, according to the report.
It is unclear if alcohol, drugs or speeding were involved in the factor of the collision but the authorities have not ruled them out.
This collision remains under investigation and further details will be updated as they are available.
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