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Posted by: thepinetree on 06/18/2018 09:02 AM Updated by: thepinetree on 06/18/2018 09:02 AM
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39 Year Old San Jose Man Loses Life in ATV Collision Near Niagara Creek Campgrounds

Pinecrest, CA...On June 16, 2018, at approximately 1105 hours, a 39 year old San Jose resident was driving a Can-Am side by side ATV. He was traveling westbound on Forest Service Road 6N19Y at approximately 30 MPH, near the Niagara Creek Campgrounds. For unknown reasons, the driver lost control of the ATV and began sliding in a southwesterly direction. The left rear of the ATV collided with a large tree, causing it to overturn.




The driver sustained fatal injuries as a result of the collision. 41 year old Discovery Bay resident, Shawna Stephenson, was a passenger and did not sustain any injuries as a result of the collision. The driver and Stephenson were both using proper restrains and proper safety equipment at the time of the collision. It is unknown if alcohol and/or drugs were a factor in this collision. This collision is still under investigation.




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Posted on: 2018-06-18 11:21:06   By: Anonymous
 
BUMMER, I’m 67 and work with a grizzly 550. They can be dangerous if you don’t pay attention to speed and terrain. Blessings to his family!!!!!

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      Well said!! If they would stay home then alot less drama would happen!

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      Go sit back on old sofa on the front porch of your trailer probably at Tanwood MHP. Drink your cheap beer and use your dial up internet to look at fat chicks online

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        Tanwood MHP. Funny, and, I bet most of these retarded comments are from there. Some don’t want out of the getto!!

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        What's that website with the fat chicks?

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        Well said! We totally understand and agree here!!

        If they all would stay in the valley then problems like this wouldn't happen! Less families would be in mourning and there would be alot less crime, litter, and drama around our beautiful county!

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          If they all would stay in the valley then less drama would happen! Does anybody think of the first responders? They get less time with their families because of somebody being stupid and not using common sense.

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            You “locals” are so very stupid..little be known that about 80% of the population here on the mountain are from the Bay Area. We actually keep the county from going under!! All along the 101 freeway, S.F. Down to Monterey. Wake up and smell the roses.

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                VOTE FOR TRUMP!!!

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