Lassen County Rollover Crash Left One Person Killed and Two Injured
LASSEN COUNTY, CA (August 27, 2021) – A fatal rollover crash in US-395 claimed the life of Cheryl Dodgin and left two other people injured on Tuesday.
The CHP in Susanville reported the incident around 4 P.M. on the northbound US-395 in the north of Deep Cut Road.
According to the report, the vehicle of 55-year-old Robert Sisk of Burney drifted into the southbound lanes while traveling north for unknown reason.
As a result, the vehicle flipped over despite the efforts of Sisk to correct its path.
Tragically, his backseat passenger, 54-year-old Cheryl Dodgin of Burney, died at the scene after sustaining fatal injuries.
Investigators stated that the crash ejected Dodgin from the vehicle, who at that time, was not wearing a seatbelt.
Meanwhile, Sisk and the other passenger, 54-year-old Heidi Cruz of Burney, suffered minor injuries.
The paramedics transported both of them to Banner Lassen Medical Center for immediate medical assessment.
The Lassen County Officials are encouraging anyone with information about the crash to contact Susanville CHP Officer T. Wilder at (530) 252-1900.
No words can mend the broken hearts and sorrow felt during this delicate moment. Our deepest condolences and sympathies are with the family and friends of Cheryl Dodgin.
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