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4B Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2001 Bulietin, Progressive, New mixw Information that appears in this column is compiled from the California High- way Patrol activity logs in Quincy and, in some cases, Susanville. The fact that someone has been involved in an automobile accident does not constitute liability or fault. In addition, the reporting CHP agency de- termines whether injuries in the accident are charac- terized as minor, moderate, major or fataL Hi.way 70, at Um E ttee No injuries were reported when two vehicles were in- volved in an incident Sun- day, Dec. 2, at 12:25 p.m. Vernon C. Nissley, 53, of Chilcoot, was driving a 1993 Oldsmobile Cutlass east- bound on Highway 70 at 30 miles per hour on the Buttes east of Maddelina Road. Scott E. Wach, 22, of Reno, was driving a 1995 Toyota pickup in the same direction at the same speed. The roadway was covered with snow and ice, and it was still snowing. Wach was following the Oldsmobile. Nissley started slowing for traWm ahead of him. Wach started to slow down and applied the brakes. But the pickup went into a locked-wheel skid on the snow and ice. Because Wach was driving too fast for the road condi- tions and was driving too close to the Oldsmobile, the pickup skidded into the rear of Nissley's vehicle. The Oldsmobile sustained moderate damage to the rear end. The pickup sustained minor damage to the front end. Nissley and his four pas- sengers, all of Chilcoot, were all wearing their seat belts. Wach and his passenger were also seat-belted. Big creek Road Three Quincy residents were uninjured when the 1993 Isuzu they were travel- Big Creek Road, south of Bucks Lake Road at a stated speed of no more than 10 mph. Two to 6 inches of snow had accumulated on the road- Way due to heavy srtowfall. Montgomery noted that other vehicles had traveled on the roadway and he at- tempted to drive in the tracks. Prior to entering a curve, he lost control of the Isuzu and it began to slide to the left. He attempted to counter steer in an attempt to regain control of the vehicle. It then traveled back to the right and went off the road- way and down an embank- ment. The vehicle continued down the embankment until it struck a tree and eventual- ly came to a stop after hitting a rock. Montgomery and his two passengers, Brian D. Beam, 18, and Sam L. Siler, 19, were able to walk up the embank- ment and down to the inter- section of Bucks Lake Road. There, they caught a ride back into Quincy, where Montgomery told his mother about the incident. Cnmosnt mmet norm of Main dmat, Quincy No injuries were reported when a riderless snowmobile escaped from a Quincy busi- ness, struck a car, a planter box, and then a picnic table Wednesday, Nov. 28, at 4:25 p.m. An employee at DuPont Power Tool was working on a" snowmobile when the accel- erator became stuck and it drove off. Joseph Reynolds, 63, of Quincy, was driving a 1984 Chevy van southbound on Crescent Street when the snowmobile drove itself out of DuPont. It clipped the right front corner of Reynold's van, leav- ing black marks. The snow- mobile then veered right, crossed Crescent Street and hit a railroad tie planter box in front of the AAA building. It then veered right again Photos by Victoria Metca~f A Dupont Power Tool employee wee put into action after the snowmobile he had Just started moved out of the perkJng lit, hit a van in the street, a planter box on the opposite side of Crescent Street in Quincy, and then proceeded to drive through Dame Shirley Plaza. There, the riderless snowmobile displaced a picnic tame and benches, finally stoppin~ The DuPont employee was in hot pursuit, but couldn't catch the errant vehicle with the stuck throttle. Other Dupont employees and spectators anived at the park to discuss what they'd seen. :. where it collided with a pic- was driving eastbound on turned the 1993 Mazda MX-6 nic table and benches. It Highway 70, west of the Ele- he was driving Tuesday, Nov. came to a stop when it phant Butte Tunnel at 50-5527, at6:45a.m. pushed a bench up against fi mph. Kelsey Allingham, 19, was smalltree. For unknown reasons, she traveling eastbound going in- The DuPont employee allowed the Jeep to drift to to a slight right curve when chased the snowmobile as it the right shoulder, he allowed his vehicle to con- made its wild course through When she realized the Jeep tinue in a straight path. that area. was going off the road, sheOnce he realized that he hit the brakes and swerved to had drifted onto the opposite Peppard Flat Road, East the left. shoulder, he overcorrected Quincy The Jeep skidded back and lost control of his vehi- No injuries were reported across the road to theleft and cle. in a hit-and-run incident in struck the guardrail. Allingham's Mazda began the Valley Heights Apart- to fishtail on the north shoul- ment parking lot Tuesday, Highway 70, Golden Eagle der before it struck the em- Nov. 27, at 9:30 p.m. Road bankment and overturned A 2000 GMC registered to No injuries were involved He was wearing his seat Michelle Segna was parked when two vehicles were in- belt and was uninjured, al- in the parking lot. volved in an incident Tues-though the vehicle was to- An unknown vehicle, possi- day, Nov. 27, at 7:25 a.m. taled. bly a truck, attempted to park Cassie Freimuth. 19, of in an open parking stall to Quincy, was driving a 2000 Highway 70, east of Rich the left of the GMC. Toyota Corolla eastbound onBar Due to improper tech- Golden Eagle Road. She was No injuries were reported niques, the driver of the vehi- approaching the stop sign at when a Quincy resident ran cle swung wide and the right Highway70. over a large rock in the side of the vehicle struck the Dixie Bell, 65, of Quincy, Feather River Canyon Mon-" left side of the GMC. was driving a 1994 Toyota day, Nov. 26. at7:10p.m. Green paint transfers and pickup southbound on High- Holly A. George, 45, was scrapes were left behind, way 70 and approaching driving a 1992 Ford Explorer The driver failed to leave a Golden Eagle Road. eastbound on Highway 70, 1.2 note on the vehicle and fled As Freimuth approached miles east of Rich Bar Road. ing in went over an 85-foot and crossed Crescent Street the scene, the intersection, she intended She reported she was trav- embankment, and Main Street. , Segna discovered the dam- to make a left turn onto High- eling at a speed of 50 mph. Aaron W, Montgomery~t8/ ,The snowmobile, entered ageapproximarely~lP.,min: way7O. ~,~i~:~ -~" ~,~,i~s George~went a~d a was traveiing fiort'hb6t~n'd~)n the Dame Shirley~Pl'a~, utes after it may have hap- She was adjusting the corner in the roadway, she pened, heater in the vehicle and not saw a rock slide across both www.EagleMortgageLending.com At Eagle Mortgage, we are proud of our reputation for offering the best rates, lowest costs, a multitude of loan programs, and exceptional service. Call or visit website for daily rates. 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Highway 70, near Elil~taat the right side of Bell's pick- However, the Ford hit a Butte Tunnel up. large rock in the middle of No injuries were reported Both drivers and a passen- the eastbound lane. when the 1995 Jeep Cherokee ger in Bell's vehicle were The impact ruptured the a Quincy resident was dri- wearing seat belts, oil pan and transmission and ving struck a concrete Highway 70, near Lee Sum- deflated the left front tire. guardrail Tuesday, Nov. 27, mit The vehicle drifted to the at 12:50p.m. No injuries were reported westbound lane and came to Katherine Gonzales, 31, when a Quincy resident over- rest, completely blocking that lane. Silent Night. You Shipped It Right. No frantic phone calls. No worries. We'll help make sure your packages arrive on time You just bring it, we'll wrap it, pack it and ship it. Hmerican Valley Hardware 3 n 0 East Mai Street, Quincy i Save $1.00 on the next package } (Plumas Pines Shopping Center) : you ship at our store. 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The impact damage to vehicle and resulted injuries to the Wilshusen and hiS ger, Kathy A. were both wearing belts. Their air bags ployed. Newspaper policy Information that column is compiled Plumas County ment's activity log and,! cases, the county ter's booking log. does not report suspects'! arrests for public drunk driving nied by a more such as probation felony). The fact been arrested and crime does not The case may never court i) mines there is insu dence to prosecute the amount of bail is not suspect is released The age of suspects provided by the sher~ merit. ARRESTS Sunday, Dec. 2 Abuse: Darrell Quincy, was Violation: Cheryl Cudia, 39, of Quincy, rested on an lating probation. Drugs: Dennis W. of Quincy, allegation of juana. Friday, Nov. 30 Warrant: Nicholas ald, 19, of rested on an warrant. 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