JOSHUA TREE MAN KILLED MONDAY WHEN CAR FALLS ON HIM

JOSHUA TREE MAN KILLED MONDAY WHEN CAR FALLS ON HIM

A Joshua Tree man was killed Monday afternoon after his car fell on him. According to a Sheriff’s report, Jeremy Porter was working on his car in the 6200 block of Verbena Road when his car fell off the jack and pinned him underneath it. A maintenance worker for the apartment complex found Porter about 4:10, and after checking for a pulse, called 911, and then the apartment manager. The apartment manager brought his own jack to lift up the car, and they pulled Porter out from under the car. Joshua Tree rescue personnel transported Jeremy Porter to Hi-Desert Medical Center where he was pronounced deceased.

5 comments to JOSHUA TREE MAN KILLED MONDAY WHEN CAR FALLS ON HIM

  • judy latraille

    I’M VERY SORRY FOR JEREMY’S FAMILY. YOU ARE IN MY PRAYERS.JEREMY WAS A GOOD MAN AND HE WILL BE MISSED..REST IN PEACE JEREMY.GOD BLESS

  • Frank&Frances

    We will miss him very much and it is real hard going to your place and not seeing him anymore we love Tracy and will keep you in are prayers for ever will see you soon love Frank&Frances

  • Megan rhoton

    This was one of the most layer back people I’ve ever met in life. Always taking people under his wing. He was very family and child oriented. Always laughing and making others laugh. Best father and family figure I’ve ever known. Love ya cuz. Miss you like crazy.

  • vanessa forsberf

    I’m so sad I loved Jeremy so much. He was always a great friend. He was happy all the time and if u needed him he was there. No one can ever replace his friendship he was 1 in a million. I love u my friend

  • Ryan Moody

    JEREMY WAS GOOD PERSON!ALWAYS HAD A SMILE ON HIS FACE HE WILL BE MISSED.GOD BLESS BROTHER***

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