Amanda Dyball Injured in Pedestrian Crash on Highway 101

Victim Hit by Car in Eureka Accident

Pedestrian Accident 3

Eureka, CA (November 19, 2019) – A woman was injured when she was hit by a car in Eureka. The accident occurred on the morning of November 19 on Highway 101.

Amanda Dyball, 38, was crossing the highway near California Redwood Company when she was hit by a car. She was hospitalized with serious injuries.

The driver, Jorge Martinez, 32, and his passenger Paula Bana, 36, were not injured in the crash. 



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