Jonathan Catoe Seriously Hurt in Multi-Car Crash on Highway 29 [Napa, CA]


Jonathan Catoe Seriously Hurt in Multi-Car Crash on Highway 29 [Napa, CA]
Jonathan Catoe Seriously Hurt in Multi-Car Crash on Highway 29 [Napa, CA]Jonathan Catoe Seriously Hurt in Multi-Car Crash on Highway 29 [Napa, CA]

Jonathan Catoe Injured in Three-Car Crash near Highway 221

 
NAPA, CA (August 13, 2019)Jonathan Catoe sustained serious injuries in a multi-car crash on northbound Highway 29 on Tuesday morning.
 
According to the California Highway Patrol, the collision happened around 5:30 AM just south of Highway 221. Based on a report, Catoe’s 1992 Volvo crashed into a 2015 Chevrolet driven by Fairfield resident Rafael Carbajal-Avbila, 37, as it stopped for the traffic signal at the intersection. The Chevy then struck a 2002 GMC driven by Vacaville resident Jason McGowan, 33.
 
Paramedics took Catoe to Queen of the Valley Medical Center for treatment of serious injuries. In addition, they transported another driver to the same hospital for minor injuries,. However, a third victim refused medical treatment.
 
The CHP is still investigating the case.
 
Remember that irresponsible driving can lead to a dangerous crash. Stay at the right lane and maintain safe following distances for your speed. Avoid distractions, especially your cell phone, and keep your eyes on the road. Even a brief moment of distraction can lead to dire consequences.


If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident like a chain-reaction crash, we suggest that you talk to a lawyer that you can trust. In the hands of our professional lawyers, you can focus on your recovery while we take care of working to get you the justice that you deserve. For more details, please call us for a free consultation at (800) 674 7852.
 

 

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