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1 Killed in Cement Truck Crash on Creekside Lane


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Truck Goes Off Road, Hits Tree in Fatal Loomis Accident

Loomis, CA (January 18, 2020) – One person was killed in a cement truck crash in Loomis. The fatal accident occurred on January 18 on Creekside Lane.

A cement truck was traveling in the 2000 block of Creekside Lane when it went off the road. The truck then hit a tree and flipped over. The 47-year-old driver died at the accident scene.

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of the victim.

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