Erica Chambers Arrested after DUI Crash on Mosquito Road

PLACERVILLE, CA (November 18, 2022) – Friday night, police arrested Erica Chambers following a DUI crash along US Route 50 that left Calahan Baker injured.

The incident occurred on November 11th, at around 7:43 p.m., on Highway 50 and Mosquito Road in Placerville.

According to the police, a Mercedez-Benz, driven by Chambers, collided with a Toyota Prius, driven by Baker. Following the collision, Chambers immediately fled the scene before the authorities arrived. The Baker received minor injuries from the incident.

Eventually, authorities arrested and booked 35-year-old Chambers for DUI in El Dorado County Jail.

The next day, officers responded to a report of a possible human body located near the guardrail bushes in the area of the crash. Officials later identified the deceased person to be 34-year-old Mason Visman.

It was unclear whether the fatality was related to the DUI crash. Those with further information regarding the Highway 50 collision are encouraged to contact CHP’s Placerville office at (530) 748-2450.

The Sweet James team sends their sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Mason Visman. Their thoughts are with them during this very difficult time.

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