Galen Wallace Injured in Crash on Highway 70

2 Vehicles Collide in Oroville Accident 

Oroville, CA (January 18, 2021) – A man was injured in a crash in Oroville. The accident occurred on January 18 on Highway 70.

Quincy resident Tanya Blust, 43, was driving a Ford F-150 pickup truck when she drifted over the centerline of Highway 70, near Rush Creek. The truck crashed head-on into a Ford Transit 350 van driven by Galen Wallace, 23, of Oroville.

Blust suffered minor injuries. Wallace was unconscious and had to be extricated from the vehicle. He suffered major injuries and was taken to a local hospital.



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