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Juan Silva Casares Killed, 8 Injured in Crash at Cholame Y


2 Vehicles Collide in Fatal Creston Accident

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Creston, CA (August 7, 2019) – One person was killed and eight others were injured in a crash in Creston. The fatal accident occurred on the evening of August 7 at the Cholame Y. 

A Honda Odyssey driven by Zi Tao Pan, 39, was attempting to execute a left-hand turn from eastbound Highway 46 onto northbound Highway 41. However, Pan failed to yield the right of way to a Ford-150 and turned directly into its path. The driver of the F-150, Frederico Lopez, was unable to stop in time.

The two vehicles collided. One person died in the crash. He is identified as Juan Silva Casares, 48, from Creston. He was a passenger in the F-150. Two people had major injuries, one person suffered moderate injuries and five others suffered minor injuries. 

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of Juan Silva Casares.

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