Abigail Prado, Man Killed in Crash on Capital City Freeway Near Fulton Avenue

SUV Rolls Off Shoulder in Fatal Sacramento Accident

Sacramento, CA (December 25, 2020) – A man and a woman were killed in a solo-vehicle crash in Sacramento. The fatal accident occurred on the morning of December 25 on the Capital City Freeway.

A man was driving a Dodge Durango on the westbound Capital City Freeway, near Fulton Avenue when he went off the road for unknown reasons. The SUV rolled off the shoulder, ejecting two people. Both died at the accident scene. 

The passenger was identified as Abigail Prado, 29, of Rio Linda. The driver, a man in his mid-to-late 20s, has not yet been identified.

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of Abigail Prado and the other victim.



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