Deputy, 2 Others Hospitalized After Collision Near Churn Creek Tuesday
Redding, CA (January 11, 2022) – Three people, including a Shasta County Deputy, suffered injuries following a traffic crash that occurred on State Route 299.
The KRCR News reported a pickup truck was heading east on the highway Tuesday evening. When the pickup truck approached the area between Churn Creek and Old Oregon, it suddenly lost power and stopped.
According to the article published online, the officer was behind the wheel of the vehicle approaching the stalled car with no lights. The officer failed to notice the car on time, and collided into it.
Minor Injury Car Accident on State Route 299 in Redding, January 11
Emergency crews arrived at the location shortly after 9:30 p.m. Responding paramedics rendered aid to the occupants in the pickup truck, and the deputy. After the assessment, authorities decided to transport all three patients to Mercy Medical for treatment of minor injuries.
Investigators continue to work to determine several factors surrounding the car accident on State Route 299 in Redding.
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