Sonora Multi-Vehicle Crash Kills Marcial Sanchez
Sonora, CA (November 05, 2021)– On October 16, 60-year-old Marcial Sanchez of Modesto died in a fiery crash on Highway 108.
The fatal crash happened after 5 p.m. west of Sanguinetti Loop.
Officers said the incident involved five vehicles, two of those struck head-on and another two that caught fire.
Apparently, Sanchez was driving an eastbound Toyota pickup truck. He tried to pass the vehicle on the right shoulder, which started the chain-reaction crash.
After a GMC Suburban struck Sanchez’s vehicle, his vehicle burst into flames.
Unfortunately, Sanchez was trapped inside and he died dead at the scene.
Luckily, the Suburban occupants were able to get out of the vehicle before it started a fire.
Moreover, the other individuals involved in the crash only sustained minor injuries or none.
Meanwhile, officers said that it will remain a mystery if alcohol or drugs were a factor in this crash due to the condition of the deceased.
Officers are still investigating this fiery crash.
Sweet Lawyers would like to express our sincere condolences to Marcial Sanchez’s loved ones. May you courage during this difficult time.
Fiery Crash Kills One
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