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Augustus Staton Killed in Crash at Myrtle Avenue and Macklin Drive


Man Hit by Van in Fatal Cotati Accident

Cotati, CA (November 16, 2020) – A man was killed in a pedestrian crash in Cotati. The fatal accident occurred on the afternoon of November 16 at Myrtle Avenue and Macklin Drive.

A man was hit by a van while walking his dog at the intersection, near Helen Putnam Park. The man, identified as Augustus Staton, 55, of Cotati, was killed in the crash. However, the dog survived. The van driver remained at the accident scene.

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

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