Christina Taylor Obituary, Death -According to the findings of the Solano County Coroner, Fairfield residents Christina Taylor, 38, and Taylor Mayavan, 11, were both taken from this world in a three-vehicle accident that occurred on Suisun Valley Road last Friday. According to a press release issued by the California Highway Patrol, at approximately 6:15 p.m., a Mazda that was being driven by Christina Taylor was traveling south on Suisun Valley Road, south of Morrison Lane, when it left the southbound lane and collided with a Honda that was traveling north. At the scene, it was determined that Taylor was no longer alive.

The Mazda proceeded in a southerly direction and ran off the road before colliding with a tree. Regardless, the car made its way back onto the roadway and ended up colliding with a Chrysler that was traveling in the northern direction. According to a press release issued by the California Highway Patrol, the collision between the Mazda and the tree resulted in the deaths of both Taylor and the girl who was later determined to be her daughter.

The girl was seated in the left rear passenger seat at the time of the collision. A child who was traveling in the Mazda and suffered injuries was taken to NorthBay Medical Center in Fairfield. He was 6 years old. The driver of the Honda, a woman named Janice Berry from Fairfield who is 56 years old, escaped the collision unharmed. On the other hand, a young boy of three years old sustained relatively minor injuries but was still able to be reunited with his father.

The sole victim of the accident was Virginia Martin, who was driving the Chrysler by herself at the time of the collision. She received treatment for her minor injuries at NorthBay Medical Center after being transported there. Due to the ongoing investigation into the collision that occurred on Suisun Valley Road on Friday evening, the road was required to remain closed.

According to the California Highway Patrol (CHP), the investigation into the collision is still ongoing, and one of the possible factors being looked into is alcohol consumption. Call the California Highway Patrol’s non-emergency number at 1-800-TELL-CHP (1-800-835-5247) or the CHP Solano Area Office at 639-5600 if you have any information that could be helpful to the investigation.

Notify the individual who answers the phone that you have information that should be shared with the officer in charge of the investigation, and that this information should be passed along to them.