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Catalina Matilde Tinco Injured in Crash on Highway 29 Near Highway 221


Truck Overturns in Napa Accident

Napa, CA (October 4, 2020) – A woman was injured in a solo-vehicle crash in Napa. The fatal accident occurred on the morning of October 4 on Highway 29.

A Dodge Durango, driven by Camron Dallas Kizer, 21, of Sonoma, was heading north on Highway 29, near the Highway 221 intersection. The truck drove into a construction closure and went up a dirt embankment. The vehicle then overturned and landed on its roof.

A passenger in the truck, Catalina Matilde Tinco, 19, of Sonoma, was hospitalized with major injuries. Kizer suffered minor injuries and was taken to the same hospital. 

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