Drugs May Have Played a Role
POSTED: 12:01 AM PST Nov 18, 2014
The California Highway Patrol has released the names of the two people involved in a San Luis Obispo car accident that claimed one life. 86-year-old James Grant Snider from Los Osos, died from his injuries at the hospital. Jane Ann Upton, 52 years old from San Luis Obispo, suffered major injuries.
Upton was later arrested for suspicion of felony DUI and manslaughter.
[November 17, 2014] Authorities are investigating a fatal car accident that happened shortly after 2 p.m. Monday,
A Toyota Prius was traveling northbound on Foothill Boulevard when it veered onto the wrong side of the road. It then collided with a Ford Escape that was traveling southbound on Foothill Blvd.
The driver of the Ford Escape was transported to Sierra Vista Hospital where he died from his injuries. The driver of the Prius is at the hospital with major injuries.
Police believe drugs may have played a role in the collision.
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