2 Killed, 1 Injured in Crash at Highway 43 and Idaho Avenue

Semi Truck, SUV Collide in Fatal Hanford Accident

Fatal Accident 8

Hanford, CA (July 1, 2019) – A crash in Hanford has killed two people and injured another. The fatal accident occurred on the evening of July 1 at State Route 43 and Idaho Avenue.

A 55-year-old man from Lamont was driving a Freightliner semi truck north on State Route 43. At the same time, a 69-year-old woman from Corcoran was heading south on State Route 43 in a Chevrolet Suburban with two passengers.

The semi truck made a left turn onto Idaho Avenue right in front of the Suburban. The Suburban crashed into the right side of the semi truck and was stuck underneath it. 

The driver of the Suburban and a 63-year-old male passenger died in the crash. An 80-year-old male passenger in the Suburban was hospitalized with major injuries.

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



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