• February 13, 2020

Kevin Patland Killed in Drunk-driving Accident in Napa County, CA

Napa County, CA -- February 2, 2020, Kevin Patland died and another person was injured in a drunk-driving accident.

The events in question occurred around 7:30 pm at the intersection of Browns Valley Road and Woodlawn Drive.

According to information from a preliminary police report released to media outlets, Mr. Patland's Chevy Camaro was attempting to make a left turn from Browns Valley onto Woodlawn when Gary Lindstrom's Infiniti G37 broadsided the Camaro.

First responders transported Mr. Patland to a local hospital, where he succumbed to his injuries not long after arrival.

Police arrested Mr. Lindstrom on suspicion of felony DUI. A passenger in his vehicle sustained unspecified injuries.

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