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31 December 2016 By James M. Johnson 0 comments

MENDOCINO: 2 Airlifted to Hospital After Head-on Collision on Highway 101

MENDOCINO: 2 Airlifted to Hospital After Head-on Collision on Highway 101MENDOCINO, California — According to an article by Press Democrat, major injuries were reported following a car crash on Highway 101 in the afternoon of December 29.

As per the article, a head-on collision took place at about 1:27 p.m. north of Laytonville.

Officials affirmed two people suffered major injuries from the accident. Responding medics airlifted all injured parties to hospitals in Chico and Redding.

Due to coroners still working on notifying their next of kin, the names of the patient were not provided at this time.


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