Coachella Man Dies in Rollover Crash on I-10

Riverside County, California – A man from Coachella died after being ejected from his vehicle in a dramatic rollover crash on I-10 near Thousand Palms.

The tragic incident was reported on the eastbound stretch of I-10, between Cook Street and Monterey Avenue. California Highway Patrol (CHP) authorities quickly responded to the accident scene.

The victim was identified as José Manuel Rodríguez, a 34-year-old resident of Coachella. He was traveling alone in a Ford Expedition when the accident occurred. According to official reports, the vehicle rolled over multiple times before coming to a stop on its side.

Preliminary investigations indicated that Rodríguez was not wearing a seatbelt at the time of the accident. This lack of precaution was a critical factor that contributed to the severity of the incident, as Rodríguez was ejected from the vehicle due to the force of the impact.

CHP has reiterated the importance of wearing a seatbelt at all times to prevent similar tragedies. Traffic accidents, especially those involving rollovers, can have fatal consequences when proper safety measures are not followed.

The death of José Manuel Rodríguez is a tragic reminder of the dangers of not wearing a seatbelt. Authorities urge all drivers to take necessary precautions to ensure their safety and the safety of their passengers. Every life lost on the road is a call to action to improve awareness and compliance with road safety regulations.

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