Brutal crash obliterates motorhome

Brutal crash obliterates motorhome



(October 9, 2016) — California Highway Patrol officers are seeking witnesses to a motorhome crash in northern Petaluma Sunday that left the RV flipped onto its roof and crushed around three occupants.

Firefighters cut the driver free, who was pinned between the ground and his seat. All three were taken to a hospital for evaluation and were treated for minor injuries and released. From the photo you wonder how any survived.

According to CHP officer Jon Sloat, the driver reported he was cut off by another vehicle and lost control when he swerved out of the way. Sloat has asked anyone with information regarding the crash to call (707) 588‑1400. For the full story and more photos, click here.

Photo courtesy Petaluma Fire Department




4 thoughts on “Brutal crash obliterates motorhome

  1. B

    I am so glad that everyone lived. Praise the Lord!

  2. B

    And I hope that you can find a witness.

  3. Richard Smith

    When living in California I had numerous close calls from typical CA driver’s cutting me off at very high speeds. They could care less as long as they get where they are going. It’s like they own the road and no one else and you are in MY way!

    1. B

      I totally agree with that comment!

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