Benita Hayden, Tina Slatten Killed in Crash on Railroad Canyon Road

Sharon Waldman, 2 Others Injured in Fatal Canyon Lake Accident

Fatal Accident 4

Canyon Lake, CA (January 24, 2020) – Two sisters were killed in a rear-end crash in Canyon Lake. The fatal accident occurred on the evening of January 24 on Railroad Canyon Road.

A car was traveling east on Railroad Canyon Road, near Newport Road, when it rear-ended another vehicle. One of the vehicles catapulted and landed into the adjacent lane, where it hit a vehicle occupied by three women – a mother and two daughters. The daughters, Benita Hayden and Tina Slatten, were killed in the crash. 

Their mother, Sharon Waldman, was hospitalized with serious injuries. She is currently in critical condition. Two others were hospitalized with injuries. 

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of Benita Hayden and Tina Slatten.

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