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1 Injured in Crash on Fillmore Street


2 Vehicles Collide in Thermal Accident

Thermal, CA (July 30, 2020) – One person was injured in a crash in Thermal. The accident occurred on the morning of July 30 on Fillmore Street.

A BMW and a Jeep Cherokee collided on Fillmore Street, near 68th Avenue. One vehicle overturned and landed on its roof. One person was injured in the crash. 

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