Janice Kespohl Killed in Crash on State Route 20 Near Potter Valley Road

Victim Killed While Making U-Turn in Fatal Ukiah Accident

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Ukiah, CA (December 25, 2019) – An elderly woman was killed in a crash in Ukiah. The fatal accident occurred on the evening of December 25 on State Route 20.

Janice Kespohl, 80, of Lake County, was heading west on State Route 20 when she attempted to make a U-turn. She was hit by a Hyundai driven by Cielo Alavezos, 24, of Ukiah. Kespohl was killed in the crash. It is unknown if Alavezos was injured.

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



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