SUAB HMONG NEWS (02/03/2017) – A fatal incident on Highway 70 (in California) killed four Hmong from Olivehurst, CA. The Butte County Coroners identified them as 53-year-old Zoua Hang, 48-year-old Yer Thao, 42-year-old May Vang and 6-year-old Maikaoneng Thao.
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Victims of fatal Highway 70 collision identified
The Butte County Coroners have identified the individuals killed in the Highway 70 collision Thursday night in south Butte County.
53-year-old Zoua Hang, 48-year-old Yer Thao, 42-year-old May Vang and 6-year-old Maikaoneng Thao, all from Olivehurst, were killed on scene of the fatal accident around 7 p.m. on Highway 70, just south of Central House Road.
Two were injured in the other vehicle, a married couple from Oroville. They were identified as 77-year-old Lawrence Grundmann Jr. and his wife, Kathleen.
The CHP said the Grundmann’s were driving a white mustang, heading north at about 60 miles per hour when a Honda Civic was heading south at an unknown speed.
And for an unknown reason, the Honda crossed into oncoming traffic and hit the mustang.
All four people in the Honda were pronounced dead at the scene, including a 6-year-old child.
The married couple were transported to Enloe Medical Center.
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