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1 Injured in Interstate 210 Crash


2-Vehicle Accident in San Bernardino Causes Injuries

San Bernardino, CA (July 2, 2018) – One person was injured in a two-vehicle collision in San Bernardino. The crash happened on the evening of July 2 on Interstate 210.

One car rear-ended another on the westbound lanes of Interstate 210 at Sierra Avenue. The impact caused one vehicle to hit a center divider. One person was injured in the crash.

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