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3 Killed, 5 Injured in Crash on Highway 41 Near Quebec Avenue


2 Vehicles Collide Head-on in Fatal Kettleman City Accident

Kettleman City, CA (November 15, 2020) – Three people were killed and five others were injured in a head-on crash in Kettleman City. The fatal accident occurred on the evening of November 15 on Highway 41.

A Honda Accord was traveling on northbound Highway 41 when it veered into the southbound lanes and collided head-on with a Toyota Sienna. Two occupants of the Honda died at the accident scene. A third person was taken to a local hospital, where they later died. Two adults and three children inside the Toyota were injured and were taken to a local hospital. 

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

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