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Jeanne Elizabeth Recknagel, Frederick Maxwell Recknagel Killed in Crash on Interstate 5


2 Injured in Fatal Lost Hills Accident

Fatal Accident 4

Lost Hills, CA (June 23, 2019) – Two people were killed and two others were injured in a multi-vehicle crash in Lost Hills. The fatal accident occurred on the afternoon of June 23 on Interstate 5.

Jeanne Elizabeth Recknagel, 89, and her passenger, Frederick Maxwell Recknagel, 90, both from Forestville, were traveling northbound on Interstate 5 when the vehicle hit the center median and spun out into the southbound lanes. The vehicle collided with a big rig, then hit another vehicle before crashing head-on with a Ford Mustang. 

Two people in the Mustang were injured. Jeanne and Frederick were killed in the crash.

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of Jeanne Elizabeth Recknagel and Frederick Maxwell Recknagel.

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