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Thomas G. Knight, Natasha N. Terry Killed in Crash on Highway 88 Near Sunset Drive


2 Vehicles Collide Head-on in Fatal Jackson Accident

Jackson, CA (November 4, 2020) – Two people were killed in a head-on crash in Jackson. The fatal accident occurred on the evening of November 4 on Highway 88. 

Thomas G. Knight, 50, from Stockton was driving his Mercedes on eastbound Highway 88, near Sunset Drive. Natasha N. Terry, 40, from Lodi, was driving a Volkswagen in the opposite direction. Knight traveled over solid double yellow lines, directly into Terry’s path. Both vehicles collided head-on. Both drivers died in the crash. 

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of Thomas G. Knight and Natasha N. Terry.

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