Driver Dies after Colliding Head-On with SUV

car accident Loomis man died Head on collision Horseshoe Bar Road

A man was killed in a head on collision along Horseshoe Road in Loomis (photo credit: kcra.com)

One of the most important things that a driver is expected to do while on the roads is having full control of his vehicle.

If he is not able to do so, he may trigger a car accident that can cause his own death.

A 32-year-old driver recently died after he lost control of his vehicle, causing a head-on collision in Loomis.

According to reports, Robert Spillane III, from Loomis, was traveling along Horseshoe Bar Road in a Geo Metro when he suddenly lost control of his vehicle.

He then moved into the path of a Chevrolet Tahoe and collided head-on with it.

The Tahoe is being driven by a 66-year-old woman and is carrying a 67-year-old man.

Spillane was announced dead at the accident area.

The Tahoe driver sustained minor injuries. Meanwhile, her passenger sustained major injuries.

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