1 Dead in Tulare County Motorcycle Crash on Road 112 and Avenue 184
TULARE COUNTY, CA (November 22, 2020) – Saturday night, a person died in a motorcycle accident on Road 112 and Avenue 184.
The fiery crash between a motorcycle and a pickup occurred at about 5:20 p.m. It happened on Road 112, just north of Avenue 184.
When the emergency crews came, they found the motorcycle that had caught fire.
Furthermore, the Tulare County Fire Department revealed that a person died. Meanwhile, another victim sustained minor injuries.
At this time, additional information about the crash remains unavailable.
The authorities continue to investigate the accident on Road 112.
With heavy hearts, we at Sweet Lawyers send our thoughts and prayers to the family and community of the victim.
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