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Collisions on Jefferson Street in Napa

One Napa resident recently wrote an opinion piece in a local paper highlighting an issue with excessive, dangerous traffic on Jefferson Street. The article, published by The Napa Valley Register, argues that the recent installation of three separate traffic signals on Highway 29 are to blame for the issue. While the traffic signals were installed to support a bike trail that runs through Trower, Salvador, and El Centro Streets, the article argues that it has caused many drivers to exit the highway and instead travel on Jefferson, a residential street with only one traffic signal and one stop sign.

Child Injured in Alleged Napa DUI Crash

On Saturday, February 29, 2020, an alleged Napa DUI crash left a 3-year-old child with serious injuries. According to officers of the Napa area California Highway Patrol (CHP), the crash involved a single vehicle and happened in a rural area late at night. The driver of the vehicle, who also reportedly suffered injuries, has since been arrested on charges related to driving under the influence and is currently in custody of the Napa County jail. Updates on the conditions of the injured child have not been reported.

Serious Highway 29 Accident

On Thursday, February 27, 2020, a chain-reaction auto accident outside of Napa left one person with major trauma. California Highway Patrol (CHP) officers reported that the crash involved four vehicles overall and happened early in the morning. Updates on the condition of the severely injured party have not yet been provided by hospital staff. Additionally, CHP is currently investigating the crash.

Crash Injures Napa Pedestrian

A Napa pedestrian suffered injuries during a vehicle accident that took place on Friday, February 21, 2020. Reports from California Highway Patrol (CHP) indicated that the crash took place at night and only involved the pedestrian and a single vehicle. Officials reported that the injured pedestrian suffered major trauma. No other individuals suffered injuries as a result of this crash.

One Hurt in Alleged Napa DUI

One person was hospitalized after suffering injuries in an alleged Napa DUI accident on Saturday, February 15, 2020. According to the Napa Police Department (NPD), the crash happened within the city near the downtown area and involved two vehicles. One of the involved drivers has reportedly been placed under arrest on a felony charge of causing injury while driving under the influence.

February 2020 Napa Community Events

As a world-known hub of wine culture, Napa is a place that attracts thousands of people every year. This means that there’s always something going on this unique, lively city, and residents don’t need to look far to find exciting events to attend. From music festivals with top artists to local, community-based functions, Napa offers a variety of great opportunities to everyone looking for something fun to do. Those who live in the area may be interested in the following Napa community events.

Two Hospitalized After Napa Car Crash

On Friday, January 17, 2020, two people were hospitalized after being injured in a Napa car crash. California Highway Patrol (CHP) indicated that the collision involved two vehicles and happened in a rural area a few miles north of Napa City. While specific details about the injuries suffered during the crash were unavailable, medical officials indicated that none of the injuries were life-threatening.

Two Injured in Alleged Napa DUI Accident

On Sunday, January 12, 2020, two people suffered injuries during an alleged Napa DUI accident. California Highway Patrol (CHP) provided information stating that the crash involved two vehicles and happened just south of Napa city during the very early morning. Both injured parties were expected to recover from their trauma.

New Funds Help Fix Napa City Streets

The city of Napa has been improving the quality of its roads over the last decade. Officials from the Napa Public Works Department said on Tuesday, December 3, 2019, that a year-old sales tax, will be used to help protect Napa city streets roads. Furthermore, the city plans to use funds from the tax to repair and extend curbs and sidewalks as well as improve traffic signals and safety features for pedestrians and cyclists.

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