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2 Injured in Crash at Highway 152 and Road 9


Car, Big Rig Collide in Chowchilla Accident

Chowchilla, CA (June 23, 2020) – Two people were injured in a crash in Chowchilla. The accident occurred on the morning of June 23 at Highway 152 and Road 9.

A car was heading south on Road 9 when it ran a stop sign and hit a big rig hauling garlic. Both vehicles spun out of control. The big rig caught fire. The driver of the car suffered a broken leg, while the driver of the big rig suffered minor injuries. 

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