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2 Killed in Crash at State Route 108 and Atlas Road


Car Splits in Half in Fatal Oakdale Accident 

Oakdale, CA (March 26, 2020) – Two men were killed in a crash in Oakdale. The fatal accident occurred on the morning of March 26 at State Route 108 and Atlas Road.

A 67-year old man was driving a Pontiac coupe on eastbound State Route 108 when he lost control. The Pontiac rotated counter-clockwise and hit a Nissan sedan driven by an 85-year-old man. The Pontiac split in half. Both men died in the crash. 

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of the victim.

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