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Crash at Road 100 and Oakdale Avenue Causes Minor Injuries


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Tulare, CA (December 30, 2019) – A crash in Tulare has caused minor injuries. The accident occurred on the morning of December 30 at Road 100 and Oakdale Avenue.

Two vehicles collided at the intersection, sending both vehicles into a nearby orchard. The crash caused minor injuries. An ambulance arrived at the accident scene to tend to the injured victims.

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