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2 Injured in Crash on Highway 99 Near Standiford Avenue

Ambulance, Semi Truck Involved in Modesto Accident

Modesto, CA (April 6, 2020) – Two people were injured in a crash in Modesto. The accident occurred on the morning of April 6 on Highway 99.

A semi truck was traveling on northbound Highway 99, near Standiford Avenue, when it went off the road and hit a sign. It then got back on the highway and overturned. An ambulance then rear-ended the truck. 

An EMT and a medic inside the ambulance suffered minor injuries. The truck spilled produce onto the highway. Police closed down northbound Highway 99 for cleanup and investigation.



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