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Daryl Horn, 50, Joseph Horn, 14, Troy Biddle, 52, and Baden Biddle, 12, killed in multi-vehicle crash on Highway 80 in San Pablo, California
KTVU reports that California Highway Patrol officials say a car traveling in an eastbound lane on Highway 80 in San Pablo crashed into another car on Saturday at about 8 p.m. Officials say the second car flipped over, landed in the westbound lanes and collided with three other vehicles.
Daryl Horn, 50, and Joseph Horn, 14, both of Napa, and Troy Biddle, 52, and Baden Biddle, 12, both of Bainbridge Island in Washington, died in the crash reported at 8:11 p.m. Saturday on Highway 80 at the San Pablo Dam Road off-ramp.
A catastrophic freeway crash that authorities believe was caused by driving under the influence killed four people from the same family, including two cousins who weren’t yet 18.
Fred Lowe, 48, of Sacramento, was found to have a blood alcohol level of .14 when he was tested roughly seven hours after he allegedly drove his blue Mercedes into a white Nissan containing two teens and three adults, all family members.
Fred Lowe, a 49-year-old Sacramento resident with five prior DUI convictions, could face up to 125 years in state prison when he returns to court for sentencing March 29.
Fred Lowe, a 49-year-old Sacramento resident with five prior DUI convictions, was found guilty of seven felonies, including the murder of four victims in the 2017 collision, prosecutors said.