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Caliber Crash in Louisville, GEICO Presents Woman and Son with SUV

Rosales’ mother, Elizabeth Rosales, said in a statement, “Thank you for all you have done for her and Nolan.

Louisville, Texas — Brotherhoods of police officers across the country showered the Jacob Arellano family with days and weeks of support After the death of a Dallas police officer last October,.

A simple gesture in Louisville on Wednesday, April 5, shows that the community remains part of its brotherhood.

Dallas police officer Jacob Arellano was on his way to work when he was run over by a drunk wrong-way car at Spar 408 near Keast Boulevard just before midnight on October 11.

Another driver collided with Arellano’s car, a 2022 Kia Telluride, and his vehicle moved into the right lane, where it was hit by a tractor trailer, police said. Arellano’s vehicle rolled over several times and came to a stop on the right shoulder of his 408.

Mourners honored the 25-year-old man at funerals held in both Dallas and his native El Paso. For the next six months, Arellano’s fiancée, Alyssa Rosales, relied on a friend to rent a car for her and her 1-year-old son, Nolan.

Wednesday’s caliber collision Headquartered in Louisville, Caliber, GEICO We gave Rosales a fully refurbished 2017 Nissan Rogue. The donation is one of hundreds that Caliber says has contributed to worthy recipients, National Auto-Body Council Recycled Vehicles program and Calibre’s Restoring You program.

The back of the SUV was also filled with Nolan’s new toys.

Rosales’ mother, Elizabeth Rosales, said in a statement, “I’m grateful for everything you’ve put in place for her and Nolan.” But she’s doing it and I’m grateful for all of this.”

“Jacob meant the world to Nolan and me, and I still can’t believe he’s gone,” said Alyssa Rosales, thanking the crowd outside Caliber headquarters.

“I think about my brother Jacob every day,” said twin brother Joshua Arellano, who is also a Dallas police officer.

“I will always be proud to call you my twin brother. I love you with all my heart. I can’t wait to see you again,” he said.

“To my brother who always looks down on us now,” said Arellano, thanking Caliber and GEICO for their donations. “Please know that your name and legacy will never be forgotten.”

Joshua Arellano’s girlfriend Amber Lyons said, “You hear about this brotherhood all the time, but you wonder what it is.” I really understand what it means to everyone.”

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