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Austen Wakin, Krystyna Wulf Injured in Crash at Silverado Trail and Hardman Avenue


2 Vehicles Involved in Petaluma Accident

Napa, CA (July 28, 2020) – Two people were injured in a crash in Napa. The accident occurred on the morning of July 28 at Silverado Trail and Hardman Avenue.

Austen Wakin, 23, of American Canyon, was driving an Acura Legend when he collided with a Toyota Highlander driven by Krystyna Wulf, 71, of Napa, at the intersection. Wulff was hospitalized with moderate injuries. Wakin suffered major injuries and was also taken to the hospital.

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