The San Bernardino County Fire Department responded and found a male lying beside the vehicle deceased. It appeared that the vehicle, a gray 2002 Ford Explorer, registered out of the Los Angeles area was traveling westbound on US Highway 66 when it swerved and left the roadway, rolling over an unknown number of times before coming to rest on its driver’s side.
The decedent is currently unidentified and is listed as “John Doe #79-12.” The Coroner Division is investigating the identity of the decedent. All attempts to identify the decedent have been unsuccessful so far.
The physical description of the decedent is being released in hopes a member of the public may know of a missing person fitting this description. The decedent is a Hispanic male adult between 25 and 35 years of age, about 5′ 8″ in height and 140 lbs with short black hair, brown eyes and no facial hair. He was wearing a light green “Polo-style” shirt with white stripes, dark gray or black denim pants, brown leather work boots and a black belt with “Puma” all around the belt and and a silver “PUMA” buckle. No identifying scars, marks or tattoos were noted.
Anyone with information of the identity of the decedent and how to contact his family is asked to call the Coroner Division at (909) 387-2978.