Pedro Santarosa Dies in 2-Vehicle Crash on Highway 29 in Napa
NAPA, CA (May 14, 2021) – Police identified Pedro Santarosa as the victim who died in a crash on Highway 29 on May 7.
According to the California Highway Patrol, the collision happened at Washington Street around 9:00 PM.
Based on a report, Santarosa was driving a 2003 Nissan Altima south on Highway 29 at the time of the crash. Due to unknown reasons, he crossed a double-yellow line into oncoming northbound traffic. Then, a 2011 Honda Pilot struck the passenger’s side of his car.
As a result, Pedro Alexis Santarosa died in the incident. Officials identified him as a 24-year-old St. Helena man. The driver of the Honda, 43-year-old Joanne Ruggirello, sustained minor injuries. An ambulance took him to Providence Queen of the Valley Medical Center with his passengers aged 16 and 4. His third passenger, James Coffin, 47, sustained moderate injuries.
At this point, an investigation is ongoing.
We would like to express our deepest condolences to the bereaved family and friends of Pedro Santarosa.
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