2 Killed in Crash on Highway 36 Near Tuscan Avenue

Ryan Cantrell Arrested for DUI in Fatal Red Bluff Accident 

Red Bluff, CA (December 9, 2020) – Two people were killed in a DUI crash in Red Bluff. The fatal accident occurred on the morning of December 9 on Highway 36. 

Ryan Cantrell, 26, was speeding in a Ford Fusion on Highway 36. The Ford went off the road near Tuscan Avenue. It went into a ditch, went airborne and hit a tree. Two people were killed in the crash. Another passenger was injured. Cantrell was arrested for DUI.

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

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

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