Ana Segura, Children Injured in Fatal Corning Crash on South Avenue

Ana Segura, Children Injured in Fatal Corning Crash on South Avenue

Ana Segura, Children Injured in Fatal Corning Crash on South Avenue

Ana Segura Among Injured in Deadly 2-Car Crash on South Avenue Near Michigan Avenue

 
CORNING, CA (February 26, 2019) – Saturday’s two-vehicle crash on South Avenue near Michigan Avenue claimed a 20-year-old man’s life and left a woman and several children injured.
 
The fatal two-car accident happened around 5:30 p.m. The fallen victim was described as a man from Vino who was driving eastbound on South Avenue in a 2001 Honda.
 
The unidentified victim tried passing up a slower-moving car ahead of him by using the westbound lanes; however, he was unaware of a westbound 2003 Nissan, driven by 32-year-old Ana Segura, of Corning. Segura tried avoiding the imminent crash by veering onto the shoulder but both cars collided.
 
The driver in the Honda suffered fatal injuries and Segura suffered major injuries and was brought to Enloe Medical Center in Chico. A 7-year-old girl in the Nissan also suffered major injuries and was shuttled to UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento.
 
Three other children in the Nissan – ages four, 11 and 13 – suffered minor injuries and were treated at Enloe.
 
The road was shut down for several hours as authorities investigated the scene.


Hearing about news like this is never easy. We would like to express our sympathies to the friends and family of the victim.


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