Driver Killed in Crash at Highway 41 and Morava Road

Car Hits Trees in Fatal Coarsegold Accident

Fatal Accident 7

Coarsegold, CA (February 9, 2020) – One person was killed when they hit trees in Coarsegold. The fatal accident occurred on the morning of February 9 at Highway 41 and Morava Road

A motorist overcorrected on a turn and crashed into trees at the intersection. The vehicle landed on its side. The driver died at the accident scene.

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



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