Bry-ana Janet Mitchell, of Suisun City, California, has been identified as the deceased wrong-way driver in a Sunday morning triple-fatal crash in Yolo County. Neoshe Chatman Hubbard, of Fairfield, California and Joseph Escajeda, of Petaluma, California, have been identified as the other individuals killed.
Mitchell, 31, her passenger, Hubbard, 27, and “Jojo” Escajeda, a 30-year-old Corrections Officer at San Quentin State Prison, were all killed in an early Sunday morning two-vehicle – wrong-way crash near Davis.
According to reports, Mitchell was operating an Infinity sadan the wrong-way on Interstate 80 near Richards Boulevard in Davis, when the vehicle came into head-on contact with a Hyundai sedan, operated by Escajeda around 3 a.m. Sunday.
Mitchell, Hubbard and Escajeda, were all pronounced dead of injuries suffered in the wreck.
Two additional passengers in the Infiniti, Calvin Parish, 36 of Oakland, and Terrell Clark Sr., 31 of Sacramento, sustained major injuries and were transported to an area hospital.
The cause of the crash remains under investigation.
A GoFundMe for Officer Escajeda was opened and can be found here.
Hello I am asking on behalf of the Escajeda family, to help with any donations for funeral & expenses. As many know this was a shock & tragic story to all of his family & friends.. Joseph was on his way home from Sacramento when a drunk driver went on the wrong side of the freeway striking Joseph’s vehicle. Joseph was such a funny, caring, & loving guy always looking out for others and made people laugh all the time… He was a C/O at San Quentin state prison.. We appreciate for all of your help. Thank you..
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