ROSAMOND – A 29-year-old man died early Thursday morning in a single-vehicle collision in Rosamond, authorities said.
Frank Therance of Rosamond was pronounced dead at the scene of the collision, which occurred around 3:52 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 26, on Rosamond Boulevard at SR-14, according to a California Highway Patrol report
Therance was driving a 2010 Chevrolet Aveo LT eastbound on Rosamond Boulevard at an unknown speed when the collision occurred.
“For reasons unknown, the driver allowed the vehicle to veer to the left as it approached SR-14, crossing all lanes of Rosamond Boulevard,” the CHP report states.
“The vehicle drove off the north side of the overcrossing where the vehicle impacted a raised dirt embankment, which caused it to become airborne as it overturned and traveled over the southbound lanes, before coming to rest on its roof in the center divider of SR-14,” the CHP report states.
Therance, the sole occupant in the vehicle, sustained fatal injuries, according to the CHP report.
4 comments for "Driver killed in single-vehicle crash in Rosamond"
Alisa Segura says
Frank was my man before he passed away in my red Chevy Aveo..I know he would want me to keep up in spirits and I have learned a lot from this strength I need in life, may he rest in peace with God and I will always love him..
Frank was my lover and I will always cherish him. Our last times together were breathtaking.
One of my customers came in and told me as it happened. My heart is heavy for him and his family. Rest in paradise
May he rest in peasce