Anthony Sanchez Obituary, Death – An accident that took place early on Saturday morning on state Highway 29 in St. Helena, according to the California Highway Patrol and the Napa County Sheriff-Coroner’s Office, was responsible for the deaths of two people who lived in Stockton. The coroner’s office was notified of the deaths by the California Highway Patrol. Investigations into the incident were carried out by both the CHP and the Napa County Sheriff’s Office-Coroner’s Office.
According to the information provided by the California Highway Patrol, the collision took place around 1:56 in the morning on Saturday. When the driver of a red BMW 325i sedan became engaged in the mishap, they were speeding southbound on SR-29 south of Whitehall Lane at an unsafe speed. As a result, they lost control of their vehicle and it crashed. The BMW ended up crashing into a sign that was located on the east shoulder of the road after it had crossed over into the lane of traffic heading north.
After colliding with the sign, according to Officer Jaret Paulson of the California Highway Patrol, the BMW rolled over and ended up on its roof. According to Paulson, the person who was driving the vehicle as well as the passenger who was seated in the right front seat both sustained injuries that ultimately proved to be deadly. It was confirmed on Monday by the Napa County Coroner’s Office that Anthony Sanchez, a resident of Stockton who was 28 years old, was identified as the driver of the car that was in question. Sanchez was killed in the accident. Caitlin Leedy, age 27, originally from Stockton, was identified as the person in issue after it was discovered that she was the passenger in question. According to Patch, when the coroner’s office came at the scene of the collision, they determined that both of them had passed away at the location of the accident.