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Four People Killed Tuesday Morning in Greenfield Crash

Four People Killed Tuesday Morning in Greenfield Crash

Posted By The Dunnion Law Firm || 16-May-2009

MAY 19, 2009 - Four people were killed Tuesday morning in a car accident on Southbound Highway 101 involving a white Honda and a Chevy truck, the CHP reported. The fatal Greenfield crash occurred at about 5:35 a.m. near Major Farms Road, about halfway between Soledad and Greenfield, six miles south of the location of the April 28 Orion Pacific tourist bus accident.

The Honda Accord, with four passengers, was travelling northbound on Highway 101. The Chevrolet truck was headed southbound. The vehicles collided when the Honda stopped to make a left turn at Major Farms Road. Two passengers in the Honda were ejected. The four casualties were occupants of the Honda Accord, believed to be Greenfield residents between the ages of 18 and 39. The driver of the Chevy truck was the sole survivor of the accident.

The cause of the Monterey County crash remains under investigation.

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Categories: Wrongful Death