California Car Accident, 4 Killed in Chain Reaction Crashes on Highway 99 Near Manteca – Death Cause
California Car Accident – According to the California Highway Patrol, there were many collisions that occurred at approximately 12:30 a.m. involving a black Honda Accord. Several fatalities have been reported following collisions that occurred on Highway 99 in San Joaquin County on Friday. According to the California Highway Patrol, a black Honda Accord was involved in many collisions that took place close to Manteca at approximately 12:30 a.m.
When the collision occurred, the Honda was traveling northbound on Highway 99, south of French Camp Road, when it collided with the back of a U-Haul truck that was pulling a flatbed trailer. In the end, the U-haul was the one that collided with the tractor trailer, which resulted in a second accident. The Honda executed a U-turn before leaving the location while traveling in the incorrect direction southerly in the lanes designated for northbound traffic.
According to the CHP Stockton, those collisions did not result in any injuries to any individuals. When it smashed into a black Subaru Impreza while going the wrong way on Highway 99 northbound at Lathrop Road, the Honda was driving in the wrong direction. The female driver of the Honda was killed when it crashed into the center median of the road. The driver has not been named, however the California Highway Patrol has stated that she was a lady from Stockton who was 32 years old.
The Subaru lost control and drove into the next lane, where it collided with a black GMC Denali pickup truck pulling a white utility trailer. The driver of the GMC was not hurt when the vehicle stopped on the right shoulder and came to a stop. After then, a black Chevy Suburban drove straight into the path of the Subaru and hit it head-on. The automobiles found themselves in the middle of the median. The driver of the Chevrolet sustained serious injuries and was transported to the hospital. The three people that were riding in the Subaru all ended up passing away. There has been no progress made in determining the identities of those who perished in the collision. According to the CHP, drinking is a possible contributing factor in the collision.