Kathleen Brewer, Lynn Dee Scott Killed in Crash on Lime Creek Road

Women Killed in Fatal Solo-Vehicle Accident in Valley Springs

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Valley Springs, CA (October 8, 2019) – Two women were killed in a solo-vehicle crash in Valley Springs. The fatal accident occurred on the afternoon of October 8 on Lime Creek Road.

Two women were in an Infiniti G35 and driving on Lime Creek Road when the vehicle collided with a utility pole. The Infiniti then traveled across the road. It came to rest in a ditch and caught fire.

The driver has been identified as Kathleen Brewer, 51. The passenger was Lynn Dee Scott, 59. Both were from Valley Springs. 

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of Kathleen Brewer and Lynn Dee Scott.

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