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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 decedent has been identified as an 85-year-old woman. However, the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office is currently withholding her name until her family is notified. 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.

DUI Arrest Made After Fatal Whiskeytown Crash

One person sadly lost their life after a fatal Whiskeytown crash that took place on Wednesday, January 29, 2020. Officials of California Highway Patrol (CHP) stated that the accident happened at night and involved two vehicles. In addition to the fatally injured person, one other individual received major injuries as a result of the crash. The decedent’s identity is still being withheld by Shasta County officials.

Fatal Triple Vehicle Crash Near Redding

On Saturday, December 21, 2019, a triple vehicle crash near Redding cost one person their life. The accident happened in the late morning on Highway 44 and left two additional individuals with injuries requiring hospital care. The identity of the decedent is being withheld by Shasta County Sheriff’s Department officials while they are in the process of notifying the person’s family. According to reports, the accident is under an active California Highway Patrol (CHP) investigation.

Dangerous Intersections in Redding

Redding is the largest Californian city north of Sacramento, and, as such, it’s the site of a fair amount of both local and commuting vehicle traffic. Although traffic is a sign of a bustling city with lots of energy, it also comes along with the ever-present risk of serious auto accidents. It’s impossible to say exactly when or where a crash is going to happen, but there are steps that drivers, pedestrians, and other roadway users can take to improve their safety while out and about. One of the best ways to stay safe is to familiarize yourself with the areas in your city that are more dangerous than others. To learn more, take a look at this data on Redding’s most dangerous intersections.

Red Bluff Woman Fatally Injured in Local Car Accident

California Highway Patrol (CHP) reported that a Red Bluff woman lost her life during a car accident that took place on Highway 99 during the morning of Tuesday, December 10, 2019. Tehama County Sheriff’s Office staff identified the decedent the following day as 37-year-old Tamera Elaine Flynn. In addition to Flynn, three other people suffered injuries that ranged from minor to major in severity. The crash is still being investigated by state officials.

Redding Area Highway Accident Fatally Injures Two

Two people tragically lost their lives after being involved in a Redding area highway accident on Sunday, November 24, 2019. Authorities of California Highway Patrol (CHP) indicated that the accident happened sometime between the early morning and the previous night. Additionally, no other individuals were in the vehicle at the time of the accident. The Shasta County Sheriff’s Office has identified the decedents as 28-year-old Melissa Anne Satterfield and 23-year-old Justin Harley Hoover, both residents of Anderson, CA. CHP has this collision under active investigation.

Redding Resident Fatally Injured During Texas Crash

Authorities confirmed that a Redding resident lost his life during an accident that took place in Abilene, Texas, on Tuesday, November 12, 2019. The man was identified by area authorities as 35-year-old Joshua Sanders. According to officers of the Abilene Police Department (APD), the accident involved a single vehicle and left one other person with severe injuries. An investigation into the accident is reportedly being conducted by APD.

Man Identified After Fatal I-5 Crash

On Tuesday, November 12, 2019, officials of the Shasta County Sheriff’s Department released the identity of a man who tragically lost his life in a recent Redding car accident. The man was identified as 78-year-old Redding resident Douglas Nelson Denton. The Redding Police Department (RPD) reported that the crash happened around a week earlier on Tuesday, November 6, 2019. RPD indicated that the accident involved multiple vehicles and that the decedent had been driving on a municipal road just prior to the collision. The fatal I-5 crash remains under investigation.

Redding Double Fatality Highway Accident

During the evening of Monday, November 11, 2019, a double-fatality highway accident took place in Redding. The Shasta County Sheriff’s Office has identified the decedents as 30-year-old Cottonwood man Ryan Lee Dearman and 27-year-old Redding man Travis Lee Brundage. The two men were reportedly the only occupants of the car involved in this single-vehicle collision. A GoFundMe page has been created on behalf of Travis Lee and Ryan Lee’s family to help cover their funeral expenses.