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Three Injured in Two-Vehicle Crash on North Howard Avenue [Fresno County, CA]

Three Injured in Two-Vehicle Crash on North Howard Avenue [Fresno County, CA]
Three Injured in Two-Vehicle Crash on North Howard Avenue [Fresno County, CA]

Two-Vehicle Crash on North Howard Avenue Leaves Three People Injured

 
FRESNO COUNTY, CA (August 9, 2022) — Three people suffered injuries following a two-vehicle crash on North Howard Avenue on Thursday morning, July 28.

According to the California Highway Patrol, the collision took place in Biola at around 5:00 a.m.

The vehicles involved were identified as a Dodge Challenger and a tractor.

Authorities said a Dodge Challenger was traveling west on North Howard Avenue when it struck the rear end of the tractor.

The male driver of the tractor suffered major injuries from the impact, and so did the female passenger of the Dodge Challenger, whose driver was also hospitalized.

Officials said that the influence of drugs or alcohol did not appear as a factor in the incident.

The cause of the crash remains unknown at this time. There also no information available for the circumstances surrounding the accident.

The case is still under investigation.

All drivers carry equal responsibility for road safety. Follow all traffic laws at all times. When behind the wheel, avoid distractions and do not multitask. Keep an eye out for possible hazards and dangerous drivers. Furthermore, never operate a vehicle when sleepy, fatigued, and inebriated.


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