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4 Injured in Crash at Highway 99 and W. Main Street


SUV Rolls Over in Turlock Accident

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Turlock, CA (December 8, 2019) – Four people were injured in a rollover crash in Turlock. The accident occurred on the evening of December 8 at Highway 99 and W. Main Street.

A Cadillac Escalade rolled over on southbound Highway 99 at W. Main Street. The SUV was traveling up to 65 mph while attempting to make a turn. Four people inside were injured. They included an adult man, adult woman, a child approximately 2 years old and one infant. The infant was ejected from the vehicle. All four were hospitalized with complaints of pain.

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