Red Bluff Multi-Vehicle Resulted in Two Fatalities

RED BLUFF, CA (August 25, 2021) – Police are investigating a multi-vehicle crash on State Route 99 left one man and one woman dead last Sunday.

The fatal incident occurred around 7:35 A.M. as a man drove a 2009 Ford Focus northbound on State Route 99 north of Butler Street.

Simultaneously, 39-year-old Nicholas Hall of Anderson was driving a 2019 Isuzu in the southbound lanes.

At that time, a woman traveling in a 2007 Nissan Sentra was also behind Hall’s vehicle.

All of a sudden, the Ford Focus entered the southbound lane into the path of the Isuzu, said investigators.

As a result, the Ford collided the Isuzu, despite Hall’s attempt to swerve out of the way.

Afterwards, it continued to drive north on the southbound lane, eventually crashing head-on with the Nissan Sentra.

Unfortunately, both the drivers of the Ford and Nissan received fatal injuries and died at the scene.

Meanwhile, Nicholas Hall and his passenger, 24-year-old Michael Zuhlke did not sustain any injuries.

The Red Bluff Officials are investigating the scene in State Route 99 to identify the circumstances surrounding the multi-vehicle crash.

Our law firm sends out our heartfelt sympathies to the friends and family of the victims who are grieving over the loss of their loved one.

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