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4 Injured in Crash at S. Thorne and W. Whitesbridge Avenues

Camaro, Pickup Truck Collided in Fiery Fresno Accident

Fresno, CA (June 4, 2020) – Four people were injured in a violent crash in Fresno. The accident occurred on the afternoon of June 4 at S. Thorne and W. Whitesbridge avenues.

A Chevrolet Camaro was traveling along Whitesbridge Avenue when it slammed into a pickup truck at the intersection. One vehicle caught fire due to the impact. It is believed that the Camaro was speeding at the time of the crash. Four people were hospitalized and are expected to survive. 



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