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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. 

Escaped Bull Captured After Injuring Six People at Redding Rodeo

An escaped bull from a Redding rodeo ran and bucked his way through the VIP section on May 20th, causing minor injuries to six spectators. The accident occurred on the Redding Rodeo Grounds on Auditorium Drive during the final part of the bull riding event. The bull, being pursued by two men on horseback, jumped over a fence into the crowd and made its way through a parking lot before it was finally captured about half a mile from the event location. 

Accident on SR 273 Causes Major Injury to Pedestrian

A major pedestrian accident occurred on January 3 along the highway at Cascade between Anderson and Redding, which included a two-vehicle crash. The collision occurred along State Route 273 at Latona Road around 6:00 p.m., according to the California Highway Patrol (CHP) accident report. The accident was reported by the individual who struck the pedestrian, who said that he was running across the street when the incident occurred. 

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