Female Victim Fatally Injured in Box-Truck Crash near Dutton Avenue
SONOMA COUNTY, CA (August 12, 2022) – Wednesday morning, one woman was pronounced dead after a multi-vehicle accident on State Route 12.
Officers received reports around 8:00 a.m., on the eastbound lanes of SR-12 near the Dutton Avenue off-ramp.
According to reports, an eastbound box-truck struck the left rear of a Nissan Versa, pushing the Nissan into the right shoulder. As a result, the Nissan overturned onto a guardrail while the box-truck continued along eastbound SR-12 and hit four more vehicles.
Upon arrival, first responders transported the female driver of the Nissan to Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital where she later died. Although, her identity has not yet been released pending notification of next of kin.
Meanwhile, the box-truck driver, along with four other drivers, suffered from minor injuries. Those with further information regarding the multi-vehicle accident on State Route 12 are encouraged to contact Sonoma County Officials as soon as possible.
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