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Data on Redding Fatal Accident Locations

Redding is the second-largest Californian city north of Sacramento. This means that people from many different areas of Northern California travel to Redding for business and that there’s a considerable amount of local traffic. This contributes to Redding’s unique and lively community, but a lot of traffic means a high chance of auto accidents, and, tragically, collisions are sometimes deadly. In Redding, certain locations have seen more fatal accidents than others.

Susanville Corrections Officer Dies in Shasta County Solo-Vehicle Accident

A Northern California man lost his life after being injured during a Shasta County solo-vehicle accident that occurred on Thursday, June 25, 2020. The decedent has since been identified as Richard Bianchi, a 53-year-old Correctional Officer at the High Desert State Prison in Susanville. Governor Gavin Newsom released a statement mourning the officer’s death on Sunday, June 28, offering his “deepest condolences” to Bianchi’s loved ones. Additionally, the cause of the accident is reportedly still being investigated by the Shasta area California Highway Patrol (CHP).

Accident on Highway 299 Causes Deadly Trauma

On Thursday, June 25, 2020, California Highway Patrol (CHP) indicated that one person was killed during an auto accident on Highway 299. The Shasta County Sheriff’s Office has stated that they are withholding the decedent’s identity until his family receives a proper notification.

Redding Man Fatally Injured in Auto Accident Involving Boat Trailer

Local man sadly passed away after being injured during an auto accident that occurred on Highway 273 on Wednesday, June 17, 2020. Shasta Sheriff’s Department authorities have since identified the decedent as Murray Ronald Roseberry, a 61-year-old resident of Redding. Roseberry had been a pedestrian in a collision involving a pontoon boat being towed on a trailer by an SUV.

One Dead Following Redding Bicycle Accident

On Saturday, June 13, 2020, one person was left with injuries that tragically cost him his life after a Redding bicycle accident. According to reports from the Redding Police Department (RPD), the accident occurred in the evening near Bethel Church. The Shasta County Sheriff’s Office has identified the decedent as Sean Patrick O’Hara, a 67-year-old resident of Redding. Additionally, the cause of this accident remains under active RPD investigation.

One Dies in Trinity County Crash

On Saturday, May 23, a man lost his life during a Trinity County crash that police suspect to have been a DUI. Officials from the Trinity County Sheriff’s Office have stated that they are currently withholding her identity until her family is notified. California Highway Patrol (CHP) representatives reported that one person has been arrested on DUI charges related to the collision.

Pedestrian Hit in Fatal Redding Highway Accident

One person passed away after being injured in a fatal Redding highway accident that took place on Monday, May 18, 2020. Reports issued by the Redding Police Department (RPD) indicated that the accident happened at night on Highway 273. Shasta County Sheriff’s Department authorities have not yet released the identity of the fatally injured woman pending her family’s notification.

Fatal Redding Area Car Accident

One person sadly passed away after being involved in a fatal Redding area car accident on Saturday, March 28, 2020. The Shasta County Sheriff’s Department is currently withholding the man’s identity until his family is notified. Information reported by California Highway Patrol (CHP) stated that the accident occurred on a local highway just outside of Redding during the early evening. The collision remains under CHP investigation at this time.

Alleged DUI in Redding Causes Fatal Trauma

On Friday, February 14, 2020, one person tragically lost their life due to injuries sustained in an alleged DUI in Redding. California Highway Patrol (CHP) has reported that the crash involved three vehicles, including a big-rig and that one person has been placed under arrest for DUI charges related to the incident. The decedent has not yet been identified by officials. However, police indicated that he was a 20-year-old man. In addition to the decedent, two other people suffered major trauma as a result of the accident.

Redding Auto Accident Kills One

On Tuesday, February 11, 2020, one person suffered fatal trauma during a Redding auto accident. The Shasta County Coroner’s Office has identified the deceased as 85-year-old Ann May Schwartz of Redding. Officials from the Redding Police Department (RPD) indicated that the accident involved two vehicles and happened in the afternoon on the northwestern side of the city.

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