Jason McGowan, Jonathan Catoe, Rafael Carbajal-Avbila Injured in Crash on Highway 29 Near Highway 221

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Napa, CA (August 13, 2019) – Three people were injured in a multi-vehicle crash in Napa. The accident occurred on the morning of August 13 on Highway 29.

Fairfield resident Rafael Carbajal-Avbila, 37, was driving his Chevrolet north on Highway 29, near Highway 221. He was stopped for the traffic signal when Vacaville resident Jason McGowan, 33, stopped his GMC behind Carbajal-Avbila’s car. 

Santa Rosa resident Jonathan Catoe, 36, then drove his Volvo into McGowan’s car, which crashed into Carbajal-Avbila’s car. Catoe suffered major injuries and was taken to a local hospital. The other two suffered minor injuries.  



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