Redding Multi Car Crash
Redding Multi Car Crash
Hi I’m Ed Smith, a Redding Car Accident Attorney. A multi car crash occurred on Southbound I-5 at the Cypress Avenue ramp in Redding, California. Enterprise High School’s new football coach, Russell McWilliams, was involved and injured in the crash.
The multi vehicle collision occurred at approximately 2:40 pm on Wednesday, July 6. 26-year-old Shilee Davidson, of Anderson, was driving in a Buick where the vehicle precariously merged and collided with a semi truck. The driver of the semi truck was identified as 57-year-old Mark Davis, of Anderson. Davidson’s vehicle then maneuvered to the left and struck a Nissan pickup driven by 31-year-old Russell McWilliams, of Redding. After Davidson’s car struck McWilliam’s pickup, McWilliams pick up lost control, drove off of the roadway, and crashed into a tree.
California Highway Patrol Reports
According to California Highway Patrol, McWilliams sustained minor injuries. The multi vehicle collision consisted of three involved vehicles. California Highway Patrol also reports that McWilliam’s pick up contained two adult passengers and four children in his vehicle. McWilliam’s three-year-old daughter was one of the four children involved in the crash.
Enterprise High School Support Efforts
Russell McWilliams was driving a Nissan pick up to pull a U-Haul trailer to finish moving into his permanent home in Redding. McWilliams came from the football program at Gustine High School which is located west of Merced, California. According to Ryan Johnson, the principal of Enterprise High School, McWilliam’s three-year-old daughter was taken to UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento. McWilliam’s three-year-old daughter sustained severe head injuries as a result of the multiple vehicle collision. Russell McWilliam’s fellow coworkers at Enterprise High School have set up an emergency online donation page for the new varsity head football coach.
Redding Car Accident Attorney
I’m Ed Smith, a Redding Car Accident Attorney. If you or a someone in your family has been hurt in a car crash, contact me promptly at (916) 921-6400 for free, friendly advice. You can also call me free of toll at (800) 404-5400. Let’s discuss your case. If I feel you have a solid case and we are a good fit together, I will fly you to my Sacramento office and pay for you to stay overnight in a hotel. This way you won’t have to drive to Sacramento and back to Redding all in the same day.
I’ve helped Redding locals with their personal injury claims for more than 33 years.
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