One Killed in Hit-and-Run Crash on Highway 273
Shasta County, CA (December 27, 2021)– On Sunday, a 37-year-old woman of Douglas City was fatally struck on Highway 273.
The traffic accident happened at around 8:55 p.m. at Jessie Road.
Investigators said that a white 2017 Honda Accord’s driver in the second northbound lane was traveling at an unknown speed. The vehicle then struck the woman.
Officers said the woman died in the accident while the driver parked the vehicle on Bangian Road and took off from the scene.
Meanwhile, the officers are still investigating this fatal hit-and-run crash on Highway 273.
Sweet Lawyers would like to express our sincere condolences to the loved ones of the deceased. May you have courage during this difficult time.
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