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James Gardner Killed in Crash on Highway 101 Near Reynolds Highway


Driver Loses Control in Fatal Willits Accident

Willits, CA (June 21, 2020) – A man was killed in a solo-vehicle crash in Willits. The fatal accident occurred on the morning of June 21 on Highway 101. 

James Gardner, 24, of Fort Bragg, was driving a Toyota T100 on northbound Highway 101, near Reynolds Highway. Gardner lost control of his car, hit an embankment and overturned. He was ejected from the vehicle and later died.

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

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