Authorities in charge of the investigation from the offices of the California State Police have released a statement to the public that has identified the individual killed in a train accident in Redding, CA on Tuesday, July 23rd, 2013, according to Redding.com. Police currently have reason to believe Ashley Santos was killed when she was struck by a train for reasons currently under investigation as she walked along or attempted to cross the intersection of Girvan Road and Highway 273.
Scene of the Accident
According to the statement released by authorities, Ashley Santos sustained massive injuries in the accident ande was subsequently pronounced dead on the scene by emergency response personnel when they arrived. The investigation into the crash remains active and ongoing, while authorities reportedly await the results of toxicology reports.
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