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4 Injured in Crash on Highway 99 Near Merritt Drive


Tire Blows Out, Causes Tulare Accident

Tulare, CA (May 3, 2020) – Four people were injured in a crash in Tulare. The accident occurred on the morning of May 3 on Highway 99.

A Lexus was heading north on Highway 99, near Merritt Drive, when the right rear tire blew out. The vehicle spun out. The Lexus driver tried to regain control, but the car overturned onto its roof. The driver and three passengers were injured and hospitalized with minor to major injuries.

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