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3 Injured in Crash at 24th Street and 34th Avenue


2 Police Officers Involved in Sacramento Accident

Sacramento, CA (May 21, 2020) – Three people were injured in a crash in Sacramento. The accident occurred on the evening of May 21 at 24th Street and 34th Avenue.

A patrol car and another vehicle collided at the intersection for unknown reasons. Three people were injured in the crash. Two of the victims were police officers. All were taken to a local hospital.

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