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4 Killed in Crash at Latrobe and South Shingle Roads


Victims were “Burned Beyond Recognition” in Fatal Shingle Springs Accident 

Shingle Springs, CA (July 23, 2020) – Four people were killed in a solo-vehicle crash in Shingle Springs. The fatal accident occurred on the afternoon of July 23 at Latrobe and South Shingle roads.

A vehicle crashed at the intersection for unknown reasons. Four people were killed in the crash and could not be identified as they were “burned beyond recognition.” The accident started a 3.7-acre fire, which has been contained.

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

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