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Davis man ID’d as victim of fatal collision

By From page A1 | January 08, 2014

A 25-year-old Davis resident was the victim of Tuesday’s fatal vehicle-versus-pedestrian accident in West Sacramento, according to Yolo County coroner’s officials.

Bryson Rush Labourdette is believed to have encountered car trouble Tuesday morning while traveling on Highway 50 near the Interstate 80 connector and attempted to cross the highway on foot, but was struck by several vehicles before he could make it across, according to a coroner’s news release.

Labourdette was pronounced dead at the scene, the California Highway Patrol reported.

Officer Bryan Konvalin said the investigation into the incident is continuing, with several of the possible involved parties still undergoing interviews as of Tuesday afternoon.

Anyone with information about the incident is urged to call the Woodland CHP office at 530-662-4685.

The fatal accident resulted in two westbound lanes being closed for more than four hours, snarling the morning commute and diverting some traffic to Interstate 5 to avoid the investigation scene, Konvalin said.

Enterprise staff

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