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Driver Pablo Torres Ceballos Involved in Fatal Farming Equipment Crash on Rd-128 near Ave 24 in Tulare County

Tulare County, CA — A fatal collision on Wednesday night, July 3, 2024, resulted in the death of a 47-year-old man from Rosamond in Tulare County, as reported by KBAK.

The crash was reported shortly after 10 PM. According to a preliminary investigation by the CHP, a Rosamond man, 47, was driving a Toyota Sienna northbound on Road 128, north of Avenue 24, at an undetermined speed. Meanwhile, a man identified as Pablo Torres Ceballos was driving a GMC Sierra 2500 pickup southbound on the same road, towing agricultural equipment.

For reasons that remain unknown, the driver of the Toyota Sienna allowed his vehicle to drift into the path of the oncoming GMC Sierra. In a move to avoid a collision, Torres Ceballos steered his vehicle to the right. Despite these efforts, the Toyota struck the agricultural equipment being towed by the GMC.

The impact of the crash was severe, and the driver of the Toyota Sienna succumbed to his injuries at the scene. The identity of the deceased has not been released pending notification of next of kin.

The CHP has stated that it is still unclear if alcohol or drugs played a role in the incident. Investigators are continuing to gather information and analyze the circumstances leading up to the crash.

Wrongful Death Claims

Establishing fault in a collision can depend on multiple factors. One crucial way a personal injury attorney can assist grieving families is by determining legal liability after the loss of a loved one in a traffic accident.

If another party is found to hold some responsibility for the death, the family may be eligible to file a Wrongful Death claim with the at-fault driver’s insurance provider. This claim can provide compensation to help cover hospital fees, burial costs, and the loss of support for the deceased’s dependents.

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