California Highway Patrol officers investigating a fatal accident on Interstate 15 in Hesperia in the early morning hours almost got run over by a 23-year old suspected drunken driver. The 23-year old man was arrested and booked for investigation of drunken driving after he drove through an accident scene that the officers had put
Those traveling on Interstate 15 in Victorville the other day discovered that the freeway was closed for about 9 hours due to a big-rig that overturned.
An early morning accident in Hesperia took the life of a motorist.
What happened in the Newhall Pass recently could very well happen in San Bernardino County. Did you hear about the nine big-rigs that collided in two crashes? One driver was hospitalized after being trapped in the wreckage for several hours.
An 18-year old Adelanto woman lost her life late Friday night when the driver of the vehicle she was a passenger in lost control as she attempted to merge onto the 15 freeway. The vehicle was pushed onto the freeway by an oncoming pickup truck. Both vehicles were then hit by a tractor-trailer.
Many people believe that SUVs are safer to ride in than automobiles and that rollover accidents are relatively rare events. They are not aware that SUV rollover accidents are responsible for thousands of fatalities every year. They also tend to result in catastrophic injuries, including spinal cord, brain, broken bones, internal organ damages and amputations.
Those traveling on Interstate 15 near Devore were late getting home when rush-hour traffic was backed up for more than 10 miles due to a big-rig overturning and spilling approximately 24,000 pounds of asphalt across the freeway.
Rush-hour traffic was worse than ever the other even after a big-rig spilled about 24,000 pounds of asphalt across Interstate 15 in Devore.
A 36-year old man was killed on Interstate 15 in Barstow when he lost control of his vehicle after one of his tires failed.
A 20-year old man driving on Interstate 15 over the weekend in San Bernardino lost control of his vehicle.