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Former running back Ryan Folsom killed in serious accident

Life can change without warning. Upon leaving home, one generally expects to arrive at his or her destination, complete the reason for being there and then return home. However, another individual's actions can have life-altering effects for numerous California residents. Rather than returning home, a loved one can be involved in a serious accident.

Recently, Ryan Folsom, a former running back for Brigham Young University, was involved in a tragic accident. After completing course work to become a doctor, he was on his way to an interview for a residency program. Unfortunately, he never arrived at the interview. While traveling south on I-5, Folsom was involved in a collision.

Reports indicate that a 29-year-old driver was traveling northbound in the southbound lanes of traffic. After almost colliding with several other vehicles, she crashed into the front of Folsom's vehicle. The woman suffered a broken leg; however, Folsom was killed. The accident is still under investigation.

In this case, after spending years training to be a physician, this husband and father of two with one more on the way will not be able to fulfill his dreams or support his family. Now, rather than celebrating his success, his family is struggling to pay funeral expenses as they prepare to prepare for the birth of a new baby. A serious accident can dramatically alter one's life. When a California resident is injured or killed as a result of such an accident, it may be necessary to pursue the matter in civil court.

Source:, "Former BYU RB Ryan Folsom killed in head-on collision on California highway", John W. Yelland, Jan. 9. 2018

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