William Reeves dies on Hwy 120, Copperopolis single-vehicle accident

By | November 16, 2021

William Reeves Death – Cause of Death : A 57-year-old Copperopolis man identified by the police as William Reeves has, on Sunday morning, died in a car accident near Jamestown.

According to report released by California Highway Patrol, a Buick sedan driven at high speed by Reeves was heading east on Highway 120, west of Green Springs Road when the driver veered off, hit a marker, and overturned. It was gathered that the vehicle also crashed with an asphalt curb before it somersaulted and come to rest.

It was reported that the Copperopolis man who was not wearing a seat belt during the time of the accident was confirmed dead at the scene by the California Highway Patrol.

Alcohol and drugs are believed to have contributed to the cause of the accident, according to the officials.
The California Highway Patrol is still running investigation to find out other causes of the crash.