53-year-old Hugh Bernard Williams Killed In a Collision

The accident occurred at about 9:34 p.m. on August 30th on Jamacha Boulevard.

Williams was reportedly driving westbound in a Nissan Versa when he swerved into the eastbound side, colliding head-on with a Toyota Corolla. 

The two vehicles collided just east of San Diego Street, causing Williams to be ejected from his vehicle. 

Both vehicles spun out of control which led to the Toyota also colliding with a parked Honda Accord in front of a house. 

Williams was unfortunately pronounced dead at the scene. 

The 62-year-old unidentified driver of the Toyota sustained major injuries and was taken to a local hospital for treatment. 

As a result of the collision, CHP shut down part of Jamacha Boulevard for four hours. 

Head-on collisions are without a doubt the most dangerous types of crashes. They may only account for 2% of accidents, however they make up 10% of all deadly crashes. 

The Fatal Analysis Reporting System (FARS) has found that: 

  • 75% of head-on crashes happen in rural areas
  • They are most common on two-lane highways
  • Failure in negotiating a curve on the road causes 23% of all fatal head-on collisions
  • 58% of head-on collisions result in a fatality


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