3 Hospitalized in Bakersfield Multi-Vehicle Accident
BAKERSFIELD, CA (February 7, 2019) – Three people were hospitalized following a multi-vehicle accident on Rosedale Highway and Mohawk Street on February 6.
According to CHP, it was about 8:45 a.m. when they arrived at the area and located a truck and two cars involved in the collision. The CHP also revealed that a Dodge Ram truck driven by Alan Joseph White was heading east on Rosedale Highway, approaching Mohawk Street, when it failed to stop at a red light and struck a Charger and a Nissan Sentra.
Reports revealed that the Charger’s driver wasEdward Webb while Alma Quintero drove the Sentra on southbound Mohawk Street. These two vehicles were stopped at a red light. When the green light was on, Webb and Quintero drove into the intersection. However, White’s Ram struck the right side door of the Charger and then continued moving until it hit the Sentra.
Edward Webb and his passenger,Damarious Roberson, both suffered major injuries and were transported to Kern Medical.
Meanwhile, Quintero sustained injuries and was also transported to Kern Medical.
Alcohol and drugs were ruled out as a factor in the collision.
Multi-car crashes can happen anytime, anywhere, and to anyone. One small driving mistake can lead to disastrous results. That is why it is important to drive defensively and always abide by all driving laws. This way, you can ensure your safety and the safety of surrounding vehicles, motorists, and pedestrians.
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