Logan Lyman death: Union Mine high school Logan Lyman car accident

Logan Lyman death: Logan Lyman of Union Mine high school is dead after a fatal car accident.

Logan Lyman death lailasnews (1)


18-year-old Logan died 22nd April 2019 after his 2002 Toyota traveling at a reported high speed on Missouri Flat Road flew through a stop light at Golden Center Drive.

Logan Lyman death: How Union Mine high school Logan Lyman car accident happened:

According to the California Highway Patrol, Lyman was killed after his 2002 Toyota traveling on high speed on Missouri Flat Road flew through a stop light at Golden Center Drive then crossed over into oncoming traffic and collided with two other vehicles.

Logan Michael Lyman’s vehicle was southbound at about 7:40 p.m. when for unknown reasons he blew through the red light and crossed over into the northbound lanes of Missouri Flat Road.

Two northbound vehicles were struck by him. The vehicles were a Subaru driven by 53 year old Judy Prescott of Garden Valley and 50 year old Nancy Demetris’ Porsche. Nancy is from Shingle Springs.

The Placerville office of the CHP says the two women reportedly did not suffer serious injury but Lyman was pronounced dead at the scene.

At the moment, whether alcohol and/or drug use played a role in the fatality is still under investigation, officers said.

Logan Lyman’s passing away was announced on Twitter by Diamondbacks who wrote:

Our hearts go out to the Lyman family through this terrible time. We stand and support all of you. Remember there are councillors on campus who can help if you need someone to talk to, but at least do not be alone. Rest in paradise Logan 💗🏈

Before his death, Logan was on Union Mine High School’s Football team. His football personal statement read:

My goal is to be the best version of myself and work harder then the guy next to me and I want that man to work just has hard as I do. Win lose leave it on the field but always put all you have out there, I’m not playing for my self I’m playing for my Brothers how I perform is how we will be looked at and I want people to look at us and be like wow they play with heart.

May his soul rest in perfect peace.

Follow us on Facebook – @LovedOnesAlert; Twitter – @LovedOnesAlert for updates

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *