Yerington Crash Kills Katianne Turner, Injures Another
Yerington, NV (September 09, 2021)– On early Wednesday, 29-year-old Katianne Turner of Wadsworth, a pregnant woman, lost her life in a Mason Road rear-end crash.
The authorities said a Honda Civic rear-ended a truck on Mason Road.
It is not yet identified whether Turner or the man with her, were driving the vehicle during the accident.
Care Flight airlifted them to Renown Regional Medical Center.
However, Turner died shortly after arriving at the hospital.
Meanwhile, the truck driver did not suffer injuries in the Mason Road rear-end crash.
We at Sweet Lawyers extend our deepest sympathies to the family and friends of Katianne Turner. May you find courage during this time of sorrow.
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