Driver Andrew Bartley, 23, stands with his mother Arliss Goodman as J&M Towtruck driver Robert Hemsted loads Bartley's car onto the truck after the crash on the 101 on Apr. 30 2019. Photo by Nick Kemper.
Driver Andrew Bartley, 23, stands with his mother Arliss Goodman as J&M Towtruck driver Robert Hemsted loads Bartley's car onto the truck after the crash on the 101 on Apr. 30 2019. Photo by Nick Kemper.

Highway car accident outside of HSU

Car crash on the 101 southbound
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Driver Andrew Bartley, 23, got in a two car collision while driving on the 101 southbound on Apr. 30 around 2:10 PM. He was driving changing lanes with his mother Arliss Goodman when his car crashed into the front of the vehicle behind him. No one was seriously hurt in the accident.

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Robert Hemsted, from J&M Towing, secures Bartley’s car after the crash on the 101 around 2:10 P.M. on Apr. 30 2019. | Photo by Nick Kemper.

At the time of the crash, there were inmates from the Humboldt County Correctional Facility doing landscaping. Inmate Shane Cornforth, 35, was weed whacking on the side of the 101 freeway and when the crash happened, he was about 6 feet away from being hit.

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Inmate Shane Cornforth looks at the grey Nissan that almost took his life when it slid off road after crashing on Highway 101 on Apr. 30 2019. | Photo by Nick Kemper.

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