John Haugen Killed in Crash at Athens Avenue and North Foothills Boulevard

2 Vehicles Collide in Fatal Lincoln Accident

Lincoln, CA (December 28, 2020) – A man was killed in a crash in Lincoln. The fatal accident occurred on the afternoon of December 28 at Athens Avenue and North Foothills Boulevard.

A Chevy Suburban and a Ford F-350 collided head-on at the intersection. The driver of the Chevy, identified as John Haugen, 68, of Rocklin, was swerving into the lanes before the crash occurred. He died at the accident scene. It is believed that he may have had a medical emergency. The driver of the Ford, identified as Gary Barbier, 59, of Penryn, was taken to a local hospital with minor injuries.

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of John Haugen.



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