Staci Shryrock, 44, killed in motorcycle crash with driver Joanne Christofferson on US-30 in Pocatello, Idaho

Modified Date: 
Wed, 06/10/2015 - 3:11pm
Accident Date: 
Friday, May 29, 2015

Pocatello woman charged with vehicular manslaughter

A Pocatello woman has been charged with vehicular manslaughter after she was involved in a deadly two-vehicle crash on Friday. 

Driver in Idaho crash charged with vehicular manslaughter

29-year-old Joanne Christofferson was arrested Saturday after being discharged from Portneuf Medical Center. The Friday crash killed 44-year-old Staci Shryock of Pocatello. 

State Police Say Fatal Motorcycle Crash is Still Under Investigation

“She crossed over the center line and hit the motorcyclist head on, so what the contributing factors were, we are still trying to determine that. That’s why it is still under investigation. We try to look at all different angles and different possibilities,” says Captain Eric Dayley, Idaho State Police. 
The fatal crash occurred when Joanne Christofferson, 29, was driving eastbound on US30 when she crossed the centerline into the westbound lane and crashed into a Harley Davidson driven by Staci Shryrock, 44, also of Pocatello. Shryrock was pronounced deceased at the crash site. Christofferson was taken to Portneuf Medical Center. As of Saturday, Christofferson was arrested and held at the Bannock County Jail. What every family needs to know about wrongful death claims: When someone dies as the result of an accident, family members must make many decisions, and a wrongful death claim often needs to be filed. Often a claim can be filed only by certain family members, and there are strict requirements and deadlines that must be met. It is critically important to speak with a wrongful death attorney to get information on a victim’s rights and options. Click here to learn more.
People Involved: 
Staci Shryrock
Joanne Christofferson
Staci Shryock
Staci Shyrock
Roadway: 
US-30

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We are receiving multiple spellings of the deceased person's last name. If anyone can confirm for me what the correct spelling is, I will update this accident report. Thank you, Ingrid Taylor, Accident Data Center

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