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Brandon Harris, Rebecca Swafford Killed in Crash on Highway 49


2 Vehicles Collide Head-on in Fatal Drytown Accident

Drytown, CA (November 13, 2020) – Two people and a dog were killed and a child was injured in a head-on crash in Drytown. The fatal accident occurred on the afternoon of November 13 on Highway 49. 

A Jeep Grand Cherokee and another vehicle collided head-on on Highway 49. The driver of the Jeep, Brandon Harris, 43, and his passenger, Rebecca Swafford, 39, both of Mokelumne Hill, died at the accident scene. A family dog was also found dead in the Jeep. Swafford’s young son was injured and taken to a local hospital.  

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of Brandon Harris and Rebecca Swafford.

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