Big Rig Overturn Crash on Highway 99 Kills One
Tulare County, CA (May 08, 2021) – On Friday, a person died in a fiery big rig crash on Highway 99.
The fatal accident took place at around 2:40 p.m. on the southbound lanes, near Avenue 24.
The California Highway Patrol said the big rig had two attached trailers carrying wooden pallets. They also said the vehicle overturned and caught on fire.
Unfortunately, one person inside the semi-truck was killed in the accident.
CHP officers said they do not yet know if there was more than one person inside the vehicle during the fiery crash.
Meanwhile, the authorities closed a portion of southbound Highway 99 is and diverted the traffic off Avenue 24.
Sweet Lawyers would like to express our sincere condolences to the family and friends of the deceased. May you have courage during this painful time.
The Aftermath of Tulare County Fiery Big Rig Crash
As the bereaved grieve, it is difficult to accept such a loss that could have been prevented.
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