1 Killed in Crash on Interstate 5 Near Tehama Avenue

Mohammad Khesrawi Arrested for DUI in Fatal Red Bluff Accident

Red Bluff, CA (December 1, 2020) – A woman was killed in a DUI crash in Red Bluff. The fatal accident occurred on the evening of December 1 on Interstate 5.

Mohammad Khesrawi was driving a Nissan Pathfinder on Interstate 5, near Tehama Avenue, when he rear-ended a Subaru Forester driven by Ea Douangaphay, 40, of Weed. A 64-year-old woman from Weed, a passenger in the Subaru, was ejected. She was killed in the crash. Khresrawi was arrested for DUI.

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

Nadrich & Cohen is an active donor and supporter of several local MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) chapters throughout California.

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