Antero Medrano Death – Antero Medrano of Blythe, California, who is also known as Tero, has passed away unexpectedly, he was described as a legendary man, bartender and friend. Mike Martin of Las Vegas, Nevada, had said on social media that Tero was the kindest bartender that ever poured a beer to him, he made late nights at dive bar easy to enjoy, Tero was always a man with a kind and encouraging word, he had a knack for making men feel like men through caring and conversation.
Medrano was said to have been involved in a motor vehicle accident where he sustained severe injuries and was later pronounced dead.
Antero Medrano Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family…
RELATED ARTICLE: Travis Hunt died after fatal car accident near Blythe
On Thursday, the identity of a guy who was killed in a car accident on Wednesday in an unincorporated area of Riverside County close to Blythe was revealed. The victim was 24 years old. Travis Hunt, a resident of Desert Hot Springs, was named as the deceased by the Riverside County Coroner’s Office. According to the report written by the investigating officer for the California Highway Patrol, D. Anastasi, officers responded to a report of a traffic collision on Route 95 at Sixth Avenue soon after 8:00 a.m. on Wednesday. The collision involved a 2002 Subaru Forester and a 2012 Jeep Wrangler.
According to Anastasi, the Subaru was travelling south on Route 95 at a speed that was unknown just prior to the crash, while the Jeep was travelling north at a speed of 55 miles per hour. According to the statement that Anastasi made in his report, “(The Subaru), for some reason that has yet to be determined, crossed the centerline of US-95 and drove south in the northbound lane, colliding with the left rear of (the Jeep).” “There were multiple instances in which both (vehicles) rolled,”
According to Anastasi, Hunt was thrown from the vehicle as a direct result of the collision and was pronounced deceased at the site at 8:23 in the morning. The passenger, identified as Kathryn Daher, 42, from Palm Desert, was taken by helicopter to the Desert Regional Medical Centre for treatment of her minor injuries, which included pain in her head and left arm.
Dianna Clinton, 66 years old and from Blythe, was driving the Jeep when it was involved in the collision. She suffered minor injuries, including pain in her neck, but she did not go to the hospital.
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