Officials spearheading the investigation representing the California State Highway Patrol have identified the individuals killed and injured in a single-vehicle accident in Concow, CA on February 20th, 2013. Police currently estimate that both Tyler Matlock and Maurine Hanson were killed, while Samuel Montgomery and Charles Taylor were critically injured when the vehicle they operated suffered a loss of control while navigating Concow Road. The vehicle left the roadway for reasons currently under investigation whereupon it rolled.
Scene of the Accident
According to the report, Tyler Matlock and Maurine Hanson sustained massive injuries in the accident and were subsequently pronounced dead on the scene by emergency response personnel when they arrived. Also injured in the accident were Samuel Montgomery and Charles Taylor, who were transported to Enloe Medical Center where an update on their condition was not made immediately available by hospital staff. The investigation into the fatal rollover accident is currently underway by personnel from local and state agencies.
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