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Bicyclist Injured in Single-Vehicle Crash on Verde and H Streets [Bakersfield, CA]

Bicyclist Injured in Single-Vehicle Crash on Verde and H Streets [Bakersfield, CA]

Crash on Verde and H Streets Majorly Injures Bicyclist

 
Bakersfield, CA (January 15, 2021) – On Wednesday night, a vehicle crash on Verde and H Streets left a bicyclist hospitalized.
 
The incident took place on January 13 at around 5 p.m. near the intersection of Verde Street and H Street.
 
According to a report, the extent of the crash left the bicyclist with major injuries. Medical personnel transported the victim to the hospital.
 
However, due to the lack of details, it is unclear what events led up to the collision.
 
Moreover, the driver of the involved vehicle remained at the scene.
 
Further details were not immediately available. The investigation remains on-going.
 
It is vital to never drive when drunk and to always be alert for pedestrians and bicyclists. This is especially true when you are driving in the city, especially when you are driving through a parking lot, a busy intersection, or a residential area. An unforeseen accident can be avoided by following the traffic laws and being cautious of the road ahead. Such actions can also ensure the safety of everyone.


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