Intersection Crash on Highway 99 Left Elderly Woman Dead
BUTTE COUNTY, CA (September 8, 2022) – Monday afternoon, a car collision on Highway 162 claimed the life of Barbara Harris.
The fatal accident occurred on September 5th, at around 12:20 p.m. at the intersection of Highway 162 and Highway 99.
According to the police, a 2007 Chevrolet Colorado, driven by a 37-year-old man from Yuba City, ran past a red light at the intersection. The Chevrolet then collided with the driver’s side of a 2011 Kia, causing Chevrolet to roll over on its roof. The crash pushed the Kia north and caused it to crashed into two other vehicles waiting at the red light on Highway 99 southbound lane.
Emergency personnel arrived at the site of the crash shortly after and found the passenger of the Kia, 77-year-old Barbara Harris dead at the scene.
Unfortunately, the Kia Passenger, identified as 77-year-old Barbara Harris, died at the scene. At least three other people, from both vehicles, were injured in the incident.
The team at Sweet James sends their sympathies and condolences to the friends and family of Barbara Harris during this difficult time. May the memories of your loved on give you strength and comfort in the difficult days ahead.
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