Karissa Harms Obituary, Death – After further investigation, it was found out that the female driver whose name was released by the Kern County Coroner’s Office after her vehicle drove over the bluffs on Panorama Drive on Friday was a local resident. The name of the driver was released by the office after the vehicle’s driver was pronounced dead at the scene.
This information has been made available to the general public by the Kern County Coroner’s Office. The information was obtained as a consequence of the inquiry into the automobile that was carried out by the office of the coroner. According to the information that was provided by the coroner, the name of the deceased woman was revealed to be Karissa Mae Dale Harms, and it was revealed that she had been 41 years old when she had gone away.
When Harms was driving an automobile on March 24, around twelve in the morning, the vehicle went off the road close to the intersection of Panorama Drive and the Alfred Harrell Highway. When the vehicle was moving, Harms was the one behind the wheel and controlling its operation. She was unable to recover from her injuries and passed away at the scene of the accident where she was hurt. She had been injured in the accident.
The Bakersfield Police Department is currently looking into the events that took place in this city, and they are doing their investigation right now. Anyone who has any reason to suspect that they may have information relevant to this occurrence is strongly requested to call the police at the following number, which is (661) 327-7111.