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Patricia Griffin, Michael Abrams Injured in Crash on North Market Street


2 Vehicles Collide in Redding Accident

Redding, CA (January 12, 2021) – Two people were injured in a crash in Redding. The accident occurred on the morning of January 12 on North Market Street.

Michael Abrams, 69, was traveling in a Chevrolet Silverado on North Market Street when he made a U-turn at Benton Drive. He then lost control of the pickup and hit a raised center median. The Chevrolet rolled over and went into the southbound lanes of traffic.

The truck hit a Toyota Tercel driven by Patricia Griffin, 84. The pickup rolled onto the Toyota’s hood. Both Griffin and Abrams were hospitalized with moderate injuries.

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