Four People Hospitalized after Motor Home Crash on Highway 139 in Susanville
Susanville, CA (November 11, 2021) – Monday morning, Gretea Ciccarella and two others sustained injuries in a crash on Highway 139.
The crash in Susanville happened at around 10:26 a.m. on November 8, just north of Susanville.
The California Highway Patrol said a 2000 Challenger Class A motor home lost control while descending the grade.
The out-of-control motor home then passed a 2014 Buick Encore, being driven by Jeanette Sievers of Eagle Lake, clipping the left mirror of the Encore.
Moreover, the motor home left the roadway and struck the west embankment, partially overturned and disintegrated.
As a result, the 35-year-old driver who was not restrained was ejected and suffered head trauma.
A 15-year-old unrestrained juvenile passenger was also ejected from the motor home. He also suffered head trauma. The second passenger, a 62-year-old Ciccarella, was properly restrained and remained in the motor home but she suffered significant trauma to her wrist.
EMS flew the driver to Renown Hospital while the other two injured then transported by ambulance with major injuries.
Drugs and alcohol are not a factor in this collision.
Further investigation to determine the cause of the crash is ongoing.
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