Alondra Bandt Valero, Tomasa Valero Vargas Killed in Crash on Highway 12 Near Oakmont Drive

2 Vehicles Involved in Fatal Santa Rosa Accident

Santa Rosa, CA (January 4, 2021) – Two women were killed in a crash in Santa Rosa. The fatal accident occurred on the morning of January 4 on Highway 12.

Sonoma residents Alondra Bandt Valero, 21, and Tomasa Valero Vargas, 44, were traveling in a Nissan Sentra on Highway 12, near Oakmont Drive. Bandt Valero was behind the wheel when she lost control and crossed into the opposite lane. She collided with a Chevrolet truck driven by Santa Rosa resident Michael Williams, 60.

The two women in the Nissan died at the accident scene. They were mother and daughter. Williams suffered moderate injuries and was taken to a local hospital. 

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of Alondra Bandt Valero and Tomasa Valero Vargas.

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