Jose Zamudio Death, Obituary – Jose De Jesus Cipres-Zamudio, 37, a resident of Bakersfield, was determined to be the individual who passed away in a collision on Spring Creek Loop on Monday when his vehicle collided with a parked tractor-trailer truck, according to the findings of an investigation carried out by the Kern County Coroner’s Office. The investigation was carried out by the office of the Kern County Coroner. It was determined that he had passed away at the scene of the collision. According to the results of the investigation conducted by the coroner, it was determined that he had passed away at the scene of the accident.
The Bakersfield Police Department received a tip that he was speeding up to the point where it was dangerous right before the accident occurred. Due to the fact that the accident has not yet been thoroughly investigated, it is now impossible to tell whether or not intoxication from drugs or alcohol played a role in the incident. According to a news release issued by the Bakersfield Police Department, a collision that took place on Monday evening in the southwestern section of Bakersfield resulted in the death of a man. The department is currently investigating the incident and has stated that they are gathering more information about it.
In the Silver Creek neighborhood, police officers arrived in the 6900 block of Spring Creek Loop at approximately 6:13 o’clock in the evening. When they arrived, they found a man passenger in a vehicle who had significant injuries as a result of a collision that had occurred earlier. According to a report that came from a government official, he was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident. According to the findings of the inquiry, the individual was operating a vehicle at a high rate of speed when he drifted toward the right curb and collided with a tractor-trailer truck that had been parked nearby and was vacant. The truck had been parked in that spot for a while.
An official has claimed that it appears that speed played a component in the tragedy, and all evidence point in that direction. An official has also remarked that it appears that speed played a factor in the disaster. It is currently uncertain whether or not the individual who was involved in the incident was under the influence of alcohol or drugs when the incident took place. An inquiry into what caused the incident is being carried out right now. The Kern County Coroner’s Office is going to make a statement regarding the man’s identify at a later day and time once they have finished doing additional investigations into the matter.
The Bakersfield Police Department requests that anybody who believes they may have information on the collision in question contact them at the following number: (661) 327-7111.