25-Year-Old Man Pronounced Dead after Rear-End Collision near Kiernan Avenue

MODESTO, CA (September 9, 2021) – Tuesday night, 25-year-old Clavey Carlson was killed in a two-car collision on McHenry Avenue.

Around 9:10 p.m., authorities arrived to the scene near Kiernan Avenue after receiving multiple dispatch calls.

According to reports, Carlson was heading south on McHenry Avenue in a Subaru, approaching a van attached to a trailer.

Shortly after, the Subaru driver struck the rear of the trailer, causing it to detach from the van. The van then veered off the roadway and overturned as a result.

In addition, the Subaru veered off the west side of the road and slammed into a nearby utility pole.

Due to the impact of the crash, Carlson suffered life-threatening injuries before he was later pronounced dead at Doctors Medical Center.

Moreover, the van driver was later identified as 43-year-old Damien McGee. He reportedly suffered minor injuries from the collision.

It is currently unknown whether or not drugs or alcohol were involved. However, an active investigation to determine further details remains ongoing.

Once available, more information will be given.

The team at Sweet James would like to extend their sincere condolences to the loved ones of Clavey Carlson.

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