Train and Vehicle Collide at Fruitvale Avenue and Snow Road [Bakersfield, CA]


Train and Vehicle Collide at Fruitvale Avenue and Snow Road [Bakersfield, CA]
Train and Vehicle Collide at Fruitvale Avenue and Snow Road [Bakersfield, CA] Train and Vehicle Collide at Fruitvale Avenue and Snow Road [Bakersfield, CA]

Officials Investigate Bakersfield Train Crash

 
BAKERSFIELD, CA (January 14, 2020) — Late Sunday evening, a train and a vehicle collided at Fruitvale Avenue and Snow Road.
 
According to the California Highway Patrol, the crash happened around 10:33 p.m. First responders arrived to the area shortly after receiving multiple dispatch calls.
 
It is currently unclear whether anyone suffered injuries or whether anyone had been inside the car at the time of impact.
 
Additionally, CHP incident reports say that the crash did not happen at a railroad crossing. The surrounding area on Fruitvale Avenue was closed for a brief time during the initial investigation.
 
Because details remain scant, authorities plan to examine this crash further. More information should be updated once investigators determine the cause and circumstances.
 
Whenever you are behind the wheel, apply safe driving tips to minimize the risks of road accidents. In addition, slow down in busy areas, put distractions away, yield and stop for trains and always be leery. By doing so you can help keep yourself and others around you safe.


Serious injuries are the result of reckless car accidents. The Sweet Lawyers are here for you and unlike insurance companies, they will ensure you acquire the highest settlement needed to cover medical costs. Our car accident lawyers are vastly trained in personal injury, disability and wrongful death. We vow to win you the compensation you need to cover any loss of income, property damage and any other expenses. To schedule a free consultation, please call (800) 674 7852.
 

 

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