Bronson White Obituary, Death – JOSHUA TREE — The California Highway Patrol has reported that a second motorist who was engaged in a crash that included two cars on Wednesday morning has passed away as a result of their injuries. Bronson White, who was 62 years old, and Richard Lorge, who was 77 years old, were the two people that passed away, according to the California Highway Patrol. Twenty-nine Palms is the place of origin for both of the males. Wednesday, July 29, a collision occurred on Twentynine Palms Highway just east of White Feather Road. As a result of the crash, two people sustained serious injuries.
Both drivers later died. following a collision in Joshua Tree, a second person has been confirmed dead. — According to the California Highway Patrol, a second driver who was engaged in a collision involving two cars on Wednesday morning has passed away. According to the California Highway Patrol, Bronson White, age 62, and Richard Lorge, age 77, were the two people that passed away. Both of the males originated in Twentynine Palms. Wednesday about 10:43 in the morning, a collision occurred on Twentynine Palms Highway near the California Road intersection.
According to the California Freeway Patrol, White was travelling westbound on the highway in a 2003 Ford Thunderbird west of California Road when the collision occurred. He did not provide an explanation as to why he permitted his vehicle to veer to the right and drive onto the north shoulder of the roadway. He was unable to regain control of the vehicle, and it veered to the left, went over all lanes of traffic, and then started to spin out.
On the highway, Lorge was travelling westbound in his 1985 Toyota pickup truck when the left front of his vehicle collided with the left front of the car that he was driving. Following the collision, both automobiles were found crushed and intertwined on the shoulder of the roadway on the southbound side. Both drivers were sent to local hospitals suffering from life-threatening injuries.
After arriving at Desert Regional Medical Center in Palm Springs at 12:01 p.m., Lorge’s death was officially confirmed at that time. The coroner has not disclosed any information regarding when or where White passed away. The California Highway Patrol saw that both drivers were wearing their seatbelts. Officer Joan Griffin is currently conducting an investigation to determine what caused this collision.