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CHP Identifies Woman Killed Lone Star Crash

The California Highway Patrol has identified the woman who was killed after her car went off Lone Star Road on Wednesday afternoon as 63 year-old Juana Cisneros of Fairfield, California.

Cisneros was driving her 1990 Toyota Sedan at about 1:50 p.m. on Wednesday, January 8th, where she was traveling northbound on Lone Star Road, 2 miles of North of Hahn Road, when for unknown reasons she allowed her vehicle to drift into oncoming traffic. Her vehicle continued to the dirt shoulder and collided with a guardrail causing the vehicle to become temporarily airborne until the vehicle hit an embankment. The vehicle then rolled back onto its wheels under a bridge in a dry canal bed.

Cisneros was the sole occupant and sustained fatal injuries as a result of the collision.

It appears Cisneros was not properly wearing her seat belt at the time of the collision, as reported by the California Highway Patrol. Cisneros was wearing the shoulder portion of her seat belt, however, was not wearing the lap belt.

The cause of the accident remains under investigation by the California Highway Patrol. 

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