Fatal Head-On Collision in Windsor Leaves Woman Dead 

Six people were injured and one woman killed on Saturday night as the result of a head-on collision. 

The collision occurred on October 30th around 10:30 p.m. in Sonoma County. 

According to CHP, the two vehicles collided on Porter Creek Road. 

A Ford Fusion was reportedly heading westbound when it drifted into opposing traffic. 

As a result, the Ford then hit a Toyota Highlander head-on. 

Sadly, the female driver of the Ford died at the scene. 

Additionally, the female driver of the Highlander along with her 5 passengers were taken to Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital. 

The passengers in the Highlander were between the ages of 8 and 12 years and sustained major to moderate injuries. 

Investigators are working to determine what may have factored into the collision. 

Head-on collisions are without a doubt the most dangerous types of crashes. They may only account for 2% of accidents, however they make up 10% of all deadly crashes. 

The Fatal Analysis Reporting System (FARS) has found that: 

  • 75% of head-on crashes happen in rural areas
  • They are most common on two-lane highways
  • Failure in negotiating a curve on the road causes 23% of all fatal head-on collisions
  • 58% of head-on collisions result in a fatality
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