Rollover Accident on State Route 104 Left One Fatality

SACRAMENTO COUNTY, CA (August 24, 2023) – Early Thursday, Marcus Winkfield, died in a rollover crash on State Route 104. The accident occurred at about 5:19 a.m. on August 17th eastbound on State Route 104. Marcus Winkfield, 53, was driving an eastbound 2002 Honda Civic on State Route 104 around 5:19 a.m., while a westbound 2016 Dodge Ram was moving. According to CHP, witnesses in the vicinity stated that the Honda accelerated and drove the opposite way through a curve, crossing over solid double yellow lines. The driver crashed with the Dodge Ram head-on. Emergency crews arrived at the site of the collision shortly after. Paramedics pronounced Winkfield dead at the scene. The driver of the Dodge Ram was suffering from back discomfort but refused further hospitalization or treatment. Moreover, the roadway was temporarily shut down to allow for cleanup and preliminary duties. At this time, authorities said, alcohol or drugs did not appear to be a factor in the incident. As of 8 a.m., both lanes of Highway 104 have been reopened after the accident.
The team at Sweet James sends out their warm and sincerest sympathies to the friends and family of Marcus Winkfield. May you find comfort and strength during this devastating time.
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