1 Dead in Bakersfield Train Accident on Edison Highway
BAKERSFIELD, CA (October 15, 2019) – A person died in a train accident on Edison Highway on October 13.
According to Kern County Sheriff’s Office, the accident occurred north of Edison Highway at Cooley Drive and Eucalyptus Drive.
The authorities also confirmed that the victim is possibly a male in his twenties.
The identity of the victim remains unknown and the crash remains under investigation.
When driving, it is always important to obey all traffic laws and abide to all railroad crossings. It is also important to never drive while impaired otherwise it could lead to serious consequences to yourself and possibly injure others. By driving responsibly, it ensures you and others will be able to react in case something does happen.
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