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Barstow Man Dies After Being Ejected From Vehicle After Rollover Crash

Barstow Man Dies After Being Ejected From Vehicle After Rollover Crash

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BARSTOW – A Barstow husband and father of three small children lost his life on Saturday evening after a rollover crash tossed him from his vehicle.

Just after 6:30 p.m. the California Highway Patrol (CHP) and emergency medical personnel responded to a single-vehicle collision on Copper City Road, approximately 2 miles north of Via De La Rosa, in the open desert.

A 1999 Chevy Tahoe for reasons that remain under investigation left the roadway. Timothy Walter Goodenow Sr., was not wearing a seatbelt at the time of the collision and was ejected from his vehicle. He was pronounced dead at the scene just before 7:00 p.m. The cause of the collision remains under investigation by the Barstow Station CHP.

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  • nerakk

    So sad, I just don’t understand why people don’t use the seat belts, they save lives.

    • Kathy Glass

      Really that’s is ur comment to someone my good friend that passed away

      • Dawn Butler Stalnaker

        Yes so sad! But could have been a different outcome, if he had followed the law and had his seatbelt on. May he RIP

        • Kathy Glass

          Still rude comment would u like for me to say that on something about ur family no I don’t think so give my family space and not put that on here yes this is a tragic but sent come on a page for my brother in law and be rude

          • Dawn Butler Stalnaker

            I didn’t say anything rude! I said it was sad. The article above is where I read about him not wearing a seatbelt, I didn’t make it up or just assume. And if any of my family had been in a preventable death from not wearing their seatbelt. I would be sad, but not be upset because the news reported the truth. Maybe it can save someone else’s life, if they buckle up because they read the news. My heart goes out to his kids, family and friends. May he RIP

          • nerakk

            You didn’t say anything wrong, nor did I. It was sad and I will never understand why people don’t use their seat belts, I see it all the time too. Parents dropping their kids off at school, no seat belts and it makes me cringe. No one in my family has or ever will, not wear their seat belt because it is law and they save lives, also, like what you said, articles like this, I have my son read as a sad reminder why they are so important, it only takes a few seconds to buckle up. Condolences to his family and friends.

          • Dawn Butler Stalnaker

            nerakk Thank you for saying that. I really didn’t think you or I were being derespectful. And I not trying to be mean to Kathy Glass for saying this, but I think she just want to argue or fight with someone. Cause in her first comment she says, her good friend passed away! Then in her last comment she says, give her family some space, and it’s her brother in law that passed away. My heart does go out to his love ones.
            I bet comments will be edited or deleted now.

          • nerakk

            No worries, we weren’t rude, but she was to us. She could be grieving and took it out on us, it’s cool though. This is the last place I would be if I was grieving.

          • Dawn Butler Stalnaker

            I agree

          • nerakk

            It wasn’t a rude comment, it was a statement an opinion, pick one. rude would have been saying, well that’s what he get’s for not using his seat belt. In which I would NEVER say anything so cold. I’m sorry for the loss of your friend, but lashing out on others wont bring him back.

          • Needle

            Tim was a great man sorry about your lost . I know his family. Justin B

    • Naomi Eberhardt

      I really wish u wouldn’t talk about my dad like that because he didn’t deserve this God thought it was time for my dad to go so God took my dad home to heaven in one of the worst ways possible I don’t like it when people talk smack about my dad it hurts my feelings.

      • nerakk

        I didn’t talk about your Dad at all, I said it was sad and that I don’t understand PEOPLE not using seat belts. PERIOD, don’t make it something it isn’t. I’m sorry for your loss, I’ve lost many family members in my life, but I don’t lash out at strangers for something they didn’t say. Everyone grieves in a different way, I get that, but you need to read my comment again, in no way, did I talk about your Dad.