Northbound On-Ramp Closes after a Semi-Truck Crashes at Ming Avenue
Bakersfield, California – A car crash was reported on Thursday morning, involving a semi-truck and a passenger car by the CHP.
It was around 3 in the morning when the semi-truck collided with another vehicle, said CHP officer Robert Rodriguez.
The crash between the 2 vehicles resulted in closing the northbound on-ramp extending to Highway 99 and the lane number 3 on NB 99.
Furthermore, CHP report says that the crash resulted in 10 gallons of oil spilling around the area.
The road closed, but has since reopened.
There is no further information available on the semi-truck crash at Ming Avenue as of this moment.
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