2 Killed in Crash on Jackson Highway Near Dillard Road

Semi Truck, Sedan Collide in Fatal Sloughhouse Accident

Fatal Accident 3

Sloughhouse, CA (September 26, 2019) – Two people were killed in a crash in Sloughhouse. The fatal accident occurred on the morning of September 26 on Jackson Highway.

A Honda CR-V was heading west on Jackson Highway, near Dillard Road, when it hit a flatbed truck head-on. Both the driver and the passenger in the Honda were killed. The driver of the truck was not injured.

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



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