Daniel Barrone Jr. Obituary, Former Taos Mayor’s Son died in truck rollover crash

Daniel Barrone Jr. Obituary, Death – Daniel Barrone Jr. Former Taos Mayor’s Son has reportedly died in truck rollover crash unexpectedly leaving family and loved ones in agony and sadness. A fatal car accident took the life of Daniel Barrone Jr., the adult son of the previous mayor of Taos, who was a passenger in the vehicle that was involved in the accident that took his life. According to the reports that came in from the authorities, the truck that was involved in the rollover accident that took place on Monday was driven by Daniel Barrone Jr., who is 36 years old. There have been reports on this information published by a number of different news organizations.

Deputy sheriffs from Taos County, New Mexico, who responded to the accident that occurred on U.S. Highway 64 at approximately 2:00 p.m. found an overturned logging truck in the roadway. According to the investigators who looked into the matter, there was only the younger Barrone in the truck at the time of the accident, which took place on a curve. This was stated by the investigators who looked into the matter. According to the statements made by Sheriff Jerry L. Hogrefe, it does not appear that either excessive speeding or impairment played a role in the incident.

At this time, there is still an investigation being conducted to determine the factors that contributed to its occurrence. Barrone was elected to the position of mayor in 2018, and he has been serving in that capacity into this year as well. In addition to that, he worked for the state of California’s legislature in the years 2020 and 2021. He was a member of the Assembly. On behalf of the entire town of Taos, the current mayor, Pascualito Maestas, posted a message of condolences and prayers on the official Facebook page for the Town of Taos. He went on to say that everyone in the community was praying for his predecessor as well as his family while he was in office. According to Maestas, Barrone Jr. possessed a generous spirit and was always willing to lend a helping hand to whoever was in need of assistance.