One Person Dies in Willits Accident on Highway 101
Willits, California – One person was killed in a traffic collision on Highway 101 near Willits early Saturday morning, the authorities said.
The wreck happened at the Willits Grade portion of the highway at about 4:04 a.m.
A sedan and a truck reportedly crashed on the southbound side of the highway.
A man was pronounced deceased at the scene.
One southbound lane was shut down as crews worked to clear the scene.
The cause of the deadly crash is under investigation.
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