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Lauren Burdine Lewis Killed in Pedestrian Crash on Township Road


Woman Hit by Pickup Truck in Fatal Yuba City Accident

Yuba City, CA (November 1, 2020) – A woman was killed in a pedestrian crash in Yuba City. The fatal accident occurred on the morning of November 1 on Township Road.

Lauren Burdine Lewis, 31, of Yuba City was walking on Township Road when she was hit by a Ford F-150 pickup truck. Lewis later died. The driver, identified as Rafael Carrillo-Herrera, 66, of Yuba City, was not injured.

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of Lauren Burdine Lewis.

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