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1 Injured in Crash at West Lane and E. Armstrong Road


3 Vehicles Collide in Lodi Accident

Lodi, CA (June 14, 2020) – One person was injured in a multi-vehicle crash in Lodi. The accident occurred on the afternoon of June 14 at West Lane and E. Armstrong Road.

A Lexus, a Honda Civic and a Mazda6 collided at the intersection. One person suffered a skull fracture and major spine injuries in the accident. They were taken to a local hospital. A dog inside the Honda was taken to the local animal control.

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