• January 16, 2023

Diego Ramirez Killed in Truck Accident on Bear Mountain Blvd in Arvin, CA

Arvin, CA — January 12, 2023, 27-year-old Diego Ramirez died in a collision with a tractor-trailer on Bear Mountain Boulevard in Arvin.

Authorities say the incident happened around 5:30 p.m. on Bear Mountain Blvd (State Highway 223) near Towerline Road. Preliminary investigation suggests Ramirez was driving a Mazda SUV west on the highway when he allegedly made a left turn and entered the path of an eastbound 18-wheeler. The two collided head-on in the roadway.

Ramirez was fatally injured in the collision. The truck driver was unhurt.

The investigation continues. No further information is currently available.


One of the biggest hurdles I encounter after an accident like this is people's tendency to take it at face value and assume that's all there is to know. However, even if police correctly assessed what happened in Arvin their once-over at the scene didn't shed any light on how or why things went that way. Are they sure their explanation of events is accurate, or could there be more to the story?

I'm not saying I know more than the few details in the news, but I would imagine those aren't enough to satisfy that young man's family as they try to understand their loss. I hope authorities' continuing investigation can get them the answers they deserve.

Diego Ramirez Killed in Truck Accident on Bear Mountain Blvd in Arvin, CA
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