That driver was pronounced dead at the scene

The passenger killed in Friday's early morning automobile crash in Shasta County was identified.
The wreck was initially supported by law enforcement to have happened in Anderson, but the newest press release states it was in Cottonwood.
California Highway Patrol officials state 27 year-old Alexander Kirby lost control of his car on Balls Ferry Road at Cottonwood first Friday morning, hitting a fence and a phone pole. The passenger in the automobile, 22- year old Sean Kenneth Michael Binder of Redding, died after being thrown out of the car. According to a public information officer to the Shasta County Superior Court, there is no court date place for Kirby, however, he's expected to look on Tuesday. He is being held at the Shasta County Jail at $100,000 bond.
We are learning more about a fatal wreck in Anderson we told you about Friday morning.
We know the title of this victim of the deadly crash. A drunken driving evaluation has been opened.
He'd later die from his injuries.
The CHP reported the 27-year old-driver Alexander Kirby was going north after he lost control on a curve and struck a tree, and a utility pole.
Officials state Kirby was driving in a high rate of speed in a 45-mile a hour zone.


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