Sacto 9-1-1
November 22, 2012
Early-morning crash kills one person, injures another on 14th Avenue

A person was killed and another injured this morning in a single-vehicle accident on 14th Avenue between the neighborhoods of Tahoe Park and Tallac Village.

Sacramento police say a blue four-door sedan hit a utility pole at 6:40 a.m., killing one of the occupants and injuring another.

Sacramento Police spokesman Officer Doug Morse said alcohol was not involved.

The person killed worked with Metro Media News, one of The Bee's contracted delivery companies, The Bee confirmed. Morse said that newspapers strewn at the scene indicated the vehicle's occupants were making morning deliveries at the time of the accident.

The injured passenger was taken to a nearby hospital. The other victim died at the scene.

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