Man Killed after Car Accident on State Route 99 [Redding, CA]


Man Fatally Struck near Hutchinson Road after Car Crash

REDDING, CA (August 24, 2022) – Sunday morning, a man died after being struck by multiple vehicles after a car accident on State Route 99.

The incident occurred at around 5:20 a.m. on northbound State Route 99 at Hutchinson Road in the Yuba-Sutter area.

According to reports, a white Ford Fusion drove off the roadway and crashed into a ditch east of the highway. The driver then got out of the vehicle and tried to flag down other drivers along the side of the road. However, the driver was struck by a southbound silver Honda Civic that caused him to land in the northbound lanes where he was struck again by a grey Honda Civic.

When emergency crews arrived at the site of the incident, they pronounced the 31-year-old driver of the Ford Fusion dead at the scene.

Meanwhile, both drivers of the involved vehicles pulled over and cooperated with the investigators. Redding Officials believed that intoxication played a role in the State Route 99 car accident.


The team at Sweet James sends their warm and sincerest sympathies out to the friends and family of the victim. May you find strength and comfort in the difficult days ahead.


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