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Jared Andrew Russell, Kelli Christine Zanon Killed in High-Speed Chase on Highway 20


Stolen Honda Crashes Into Big Rig in Fatal Sutter Accident

Fatal Accident

Sutter, CA (August 1, 2019) – A high-speed chase in Sutter ended in a head-on crash that killed two people. The fatal accident occurred on the morning of August 1 on Highway 20.

A 21-year-old man was driving a stolen Honda east on Highway 20 when an off-duty officer alerted police. The pursuit went from Colusa County into Sutter County. The driver was driving at speeds exceeding 100 mph. He tried to pass other cars on the Sutter Bypass bridge and ultimately collided head-on with a big rig.

The driver, Jared Andrew Russell, 21, and the passenger, Kelli Christine Zanon, 25, were both killed in the accident. Both were from Yuba City. The driver of the big rig was not injured.

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of Jared Andrew Russell and Kelli Christine Zanon.

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