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9 Killed in Crash on Highway 33


2 Vehicles Collide Head-on in Fatal Coalinga Accident

Coalinga, CA (January 1, 2021) – Nine people were killed in a head-on crash in Coalinga. The fatal accident occurred on the evening of January 1 on Highway 33. 

A Dodge driven by Daniel Luna, 28, of Avenal, was traveling on southbound Highway 33 when it veered onto the dirt shoulder. Luna overcorrected and swerved into the southbound lane, hitting a Ford head-on. 

The Ford, which was driven by an unidentified woman, caught fire. There were seven children and one adult inside. All nine victims, including Luna, died at the accident scene.

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

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