Sunday Single-Vehicle Crash Victim Identified as Caliente Resident
A man who died from a single-vehicle crash on Sunday, October 18th, was identified as a 69-year-old man from Caliente named Andrew Lester Helms. California Highway Patrol is the lead investigator for the case. The accident occurred near Canton Way and Caliente Creek Road. Helms lost control of his vehicle due to unknown reasons and crashed into a nearby hillside. He died at the scene from fatal injuries sustained from the crash. An autopsy done by Kern County Coroner’s Office found that Helms’ death was caused by damage done to his chest and neck area from impact during the crash.
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