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State Route 44 Site of Multiple Fatality Collision

A multiple fatality collision occurred on the evening of October 31, which caused three deaths and two serious injuries near Shingletown, southeast of Redding. The accident happened along State Route 44 close to Brush Creek Road around 9:45 p.m. The California Highway Patrol (CHP) responded to the collision, along with Cal Fire and volunteer firefighters from Shingletown. 

Hit-and-Run Injury Accident on Highway 299

Following a hit-and-run injury accident, the female driver of a Chevrolet Monte Carlo, age 64, and a Lewiston resident, was arrested for felony drunk driving in Weaverville on September 14. The accident happened on Highway 299 at Ransom Road around 1:00 p.m. The California Highway Patrol (CHP) report stated that the Chevy driver struck a pedestrian on the highway’s shoulder and left the scene. The driver then stopped at a Holiday Market nearby and entered the grocery store. 

Main Street Pedestrian Injury Accident Happens in Front of Hospital

A pedestrian major injury accident happened in Cedarville, northeast of Redding, on August 27 when the person on foot was struck by a motor vehicle. The collision occurred in front of Surprise Valley Hospital between Wallace and Washington streets around 2:00 in the morning. The pedestrian was taken to the hospital for treatment of their serious trauma, according to the California Highway Patrol (CHP) incident report. 

Interstate Multiple-Vehicle Accident Near Knighton Road

A multiple-vehicle accident in Redding on March 14 resulted in minor trauma. The collision happened around 3:01 p.m. along southbound Interstate 5 just south of the Knighton Road off-ramp. According to the California Highway Patrol (CHP), the incident involved five to six vehicles, including a Chrysler Town and Country van and a Chevy Avalanche. 

CHP Hosts Free Driving Programs for Seniors

Its mission is to provide the highest level of service, safety, and security, so the California Highway Patrol (CHP) continues to host a free program for older California drivers on road safety. The Age Well, Drive Safe program is open to all senior citizens ages 65 years and older. The classes allow elderly drivers to refresh their knowledge of the rules of the road, improve their driving skills, and learn how age-related changes can affect their driving abilities.

What is the Future of Self-Driving Cars?

Autonomous vehicles have garnered a lot of interest in the past decades. Most people believe self-driving cars provide numerous benefits for us and our environment, such as increased road safety, reduced traffic accidents, reduced traffic congestion, and pollution.

Three People Hospitalized After Driver Hits Them at Lake Redding Park

An alleged drunk driver in Redding was placed under arrest on July 7 after driving her vehicle into a crowd. Local police are saying the act appeared to have been intentional. The collision occurred at Lake Redding Park at about 4:00 a.m. 

Two Bodies Discovered in Residential House Fire

A house fire in Redding recently claimed the lives of two people. Firefighters with the Redding Fire Department answered a call for a single-family home on fire on Leland Avenue between State and Fell Streets around 5:30 in the morning. Upon arrival, they were told by a local newspaper’s photographer that the house was well-involved. 

Collision Reported on State Route 44 Between Semi and Motorcyclists

A major injury was reported at Old Station east of Redding on June 26 in a collision involving two motorcycles and a tractor-trailer. The crash happened just south of Old Station along State Route 44 at about 4:10 p.m. The California Highway Patrol (CHP) report said that the individual who called in the accident was in the big rig. 

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