Exeter, CA — June 12, 2018, Justin Torossian was hurt in an accident involving an 18-wheeler.
The events under consideration took place in the afternoon on Spruce Road, near Avenue 264.
According to statements from the California Highway Patrol cited in media accounts, Mr. Torossian’s Toyota Camry was northbound on Spruce when a vehicle ahead of him slowed down to make a turn. The Camry then somehow entered the oncoming lane, colliding with Michael Jones’ southbound semi truck.
Emergency responders extricated Mr. Torossian from his vehicle, then transported him to a hospital in Visalia for treatment of major injuries, with one member of the crew indicating that he was “lucky to be alive.” Mr. Jones was evaluated for complaints of back pain.
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