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811 Wednesday, Nov. 21,2001 Bulletin, New=emlmr Information that appears in this column is compiled from the California Highway Pa- trol activity logs in Quincy and, in some cases, Su- sanville. The fact that some- one has been involved in an automobile accident does not constitute liability or fault. In addition, the reporting CHP agency determines whether in. juries in the accident are char- acterized as minor, moderate, major or fatal. Highway 70, west of Mt. Tomba Road Major, moderate and minor injuries were suffered when two vehicles were involved in an incident Monday, Nov. 19, at 12:45 a.m. Julia P. Salino, 20, of Quin- cy, was driving a 1994 Ford Aerostar westbound on High- way 70 just west of Mt. Tom- ba Road at a stated speed ofrest facing north and alsoAnd Richard L. Schouten, struck the left rear corner of 60-65 mph. completely blocking the west- 21, of Quincy, also a passen- her Buick.. Eric S. Streng, 19, of Quin- bound lane. ger in Streng's vehicle, re- The Buick sustained a scuff cy, was driving a 1967 Ford Streng received major in- ceived moderate injuries. He mark on the left rear wheel pickup and was following juries and was air-lifted to was not wearing his seat belt. cover and deformed the left Salino's vehicle. Washoe Hospital in Reno. He rear wheel well molding Salino came around a was not wearing a seat belt at Highway 70, strip. curve in the road and, after the time of the incident and west of Cha.dler Road Neill pulled over and came glancing a,t her rear view suff'e internal injuries.No injuries were reported to a stop on the south shoul- mirror, saw a deer running Salino d five passengersin a vehicle vs. tire incident der of Highway 70 near Ever- across the road right in front from both vehicles were tak- Sunday, Nov. 18, at 3:35 p.m. green Trailer Park. of her. en to Plumas District Hospi- Julia. A. Neill, 44, of She watched the boy and She applied the brakes and tal in Quincy. Greenville, was driving a his friends run across the hill slowed down, but couldn't Salino received minor in- 1995 Buick LeSabre east- behind Deerwood Lodge and avoid hitting the deer. juries. She was wearing her bound on Highway 70 ap- into the Evergreen Trailer Streng was following Sali- seatbelt, proaching Deerwood Lodge Park. no too closely and couldn't Her passenger, Paul H. at a stated speed of 55 mph. Neill later pointed them react quickly enough to the James, 21, of Greenville, re- A 13-year-old boy was push- out to the CHP officer as they sudden deceleration of the ceived moderate injuries. He ing a tire up a hill behind the were walking on Blackhawk Aerostar. was not wearing his seat belt. lodge when he lost control of Road. The front of the pickup ira- A second passenger in Sali- the tire and neither he nor Later, the officer made con- pacted with the rear of the no's vehicle, Joshua J. Glim- his two friends could stop it tact with the youths, who told Aerostar, propelling the met, 21, of Quincy, received from rolling down the hill. him they started to run be- Aerostar forward several minor injuries. He was wear- As the tire began to crossfore the tire hit the car and hundred feet. hag his seat belt. Highway 70, the boy and his were unaware of the impact. The vehicle driven by Sali- Kaley A. Burr, 22, of Quin- two friends ran away in fear. no came to rest facing west cy, a passenger in Streng's Neill saw the tire coming at Highway 70, and completely blocking the vehicle, received minor in- her from the side of the hill. east of the old highway westboundlane, juries. She was not wearing She couldn't take any eva-Minor injuries were re- Streng's pickup came to her seat belt. sive action and the tire ceived by a Foresthill, Calif., resident SundaY, ) 5:30 a.m. Michael ving his Highway 70 at anl speed in a 1973 According to port, Panda been drinking all party in C He allowed drift off the dirt shoulder. He then in an attempt to cle back on He went acroSS way and struck a' bankment. The Toyota then t across the struck the merit and The vehicle came its top on the right of Highway 70. Panda was scene See CIIF, I INDIAN VALLEY HEALTH CARE DISTRICT Indian Valley's Only 24 Hour Health. Care Provider "A public entity reflecting community pride" 184 Hot Springs Road Greenville, CA 95947 284-7191 AUTO & TRUCK PARTS "Service is our business" 283-2350 Hydraulic Hoses & F/t~ , St ksCarqu B Car stS sBeck.Ar yFor m , , SK Hand Toots Carquest Brake PaRs oCarquastRl ars, Lar e&Sma Chicago Pneu/rJatic Tools Rad ack .... 283-1362 85 W. Main St. Quincy :::.:::: Mon.- Fri. 8 am- 6 pm : !i!ii Sat. 8 am- 5 pm :i!i;!iii!: :.: .+: Winter Hours: 8 am- 5 pm Mon.- Sat. :-;!::i!ii:I Thanks for the opportunib] ~::::: to serve you: .:.....