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    Fatal Traffic Collision in Oxnard

    Oxnard Police Department – Incident Press Release

    On April 29, 2021, at around 9:45 PM, Oxnard officers and EMS personnel responded to a call of a traffic collision involving two vehicles that occurred in the intersection of Gonzales Road and Victoria Avenue in the City of Oxnard.  The initial investigation determined that the Dodge Durango and the Nissan Altima collided with each other in the intersection for unknown reasons.  

    The unidentified adult female driver of the Nissan Altima suffered serious injuries during the collision and was immediately transported to the Ventura County Medical Center.  Despite advanced medical treatment, the driver succumbed to her injuries. 

    The driver of the 2019 Dodge Durango, identified as a 31-year-old female of Oxnard, was transported to St John’s Regional Medical Center due to minor injuries. 

    An investigation is ongoing to determine whether drugs and/or alcohol were involved.  Anyone who has information regarding this collision is urged to contact Senior Officer Paul Knapp at (805) 385-7750 or via email at [email protected].


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    Tom
    Tom
    1 year ago

    Oxnard is a dangerous place. The OTS, the organization that funds the DUI checks, issues a Cash Report each year. Oxnard is compared to the 59 California cities with a population of 100,001 to 250,000.
     
    Total Fatal and Injury #1,618 Rank 2/59
    Alcohol Involved #170 Rank 2/59
    Had Been Drinking Driver <21 #7 Rank 13/59
    Had Been Drinking Driver 21-34 #52 Rank 3/59
    Motorcycles #41 Rank 27/59
    Pedestrians #102 Rank 20/59
    Pedestrians <15 #24 Rank 1/59
    Pedestrians 65+ #11 Rank 27/59
    Bicyclists #71 Rank 15/59
    Bicyclists < 15 #3 Rank 43/59
    Composite #765 Rank 1/59
    Speed Related #251 Rank 2/59
    Nighttime (9:00pm – 2:59am) #134 Rank 8/59
    Hit and Run #151 Rank 6/59
     
    Unfortunately, the rank 1/59 is the worst and 59/59 is the best. Data is for 2018, the latest available.
    https://www.ots.ca.gov/media-and-research/crash-rankings-results/

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