Health conditions cited as cause of crash that killed Stanislaus deputy and CSO

The Stanislaus County sheriff’s deputy who crashed his patrol car last year, killing himself and a community service officer, was determined not to be at fault in the collision due to health-related conditions, according to the California Highway Patrol. Deputy Jason Garner’s patrol vehicle was traveling 89 mph when it crashed in a wrecking yard on Crows Landing Road, landing on top of a Dumpster and catching fire on May 13, 2017. He and his passenger, CSO Raschel Johnson, died from blunt force trauma, said CHP Officer Tom Olsen.


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