4 Injured in Crash at Albers and Claribel Roads

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Modesto, CA (August 6, 2019) – Four people suffered injuries in a multi-vehicle crash in Modesto. The accident occurred on the morning of August 6 at Albers and Claribel roads.

Three vehicles collided at the intersection. A Ford sedan was stopped at a red light, with a Dodge Nitro SUV behind it. A Ford SUV failed to stop and rear-ended the Dodge SUV, which then crashed into the sedan due to the impact. The Dodge SUV then overturned. Four people suffered minor injuries in the crash.



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