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3 Injured in Crash on Highway 101 Near Cat Canyon Road


Wrong-Way Accident in Los Alamos Causes Major Injuries

Los Alamos, CA (September 22, 2020) – Three people were injured in a head-on crash in Los Alamos. The accident occurred on the afternoon of September 22 on Highway 101.

The crash happened on Highway 101, near Cat Canyon Road. The driver of a Toyota Scion crossed over from the southbound lanes and hit a Nissan head-on. Three people were injured in the crash. One person was airlifted to a hospital with major injuries.

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