Redding Fatal pedestrian accident near Highway 273
Redding, CA (August 24, 2022) – On Wednesday, a pedestrian sustained fatal injuries in a Highway 273 accident.
Reports say the fatal incident happened minutes past midnight on the southbound freeway, between Wyndham Lane and Buenaventura Boulevard.
The officers investigating the incident say that the victim, probably homeless, was pushing a shopping cart at the intersection when they were struck.
Sadly, the authorities confirmed that the pedestrian died at the scene.
Moreover, the driver involved in the accident remained at the scene and did not show signs of driving under the influence.
The Redding Police is investigating the Redding fatal pedestrian accident.
Sweet Lawyers express our deepest sympathies to the bereaved family of the person who died in the Highway 273 accident. Our hearts are with you through these trying times.
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