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Boy Injured in Pedestrian Crash on State Route 36


2-Year-Old Hit by Truck on Private Property in Platina

Platina, CA (June 16, 2020) – A 2-year-old boy was injured in a crash in Platina. The accident occurred on the afternoon of June 16 on State Route 36.

Angelo Lanford, 19, was backing up a Chevy Silverado at the R Wild Horse Ranch, located in the 6700 block of State Route 36, when he hit a 2-year-old boy. 

The boy suffered major injuries and was taken to a local hospital. Lanford was not injured in the crash.

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