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Crash on Highway 101 at Highway 246 Offramp Causes Minor Injuries


2 Cars Collide in Buellton Accident

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Buellton, CA (August 20, 2019) – Two cars collided in Buellton, causing minor injuries. The accident occurred on the morning of August 20 on Highway 101.

Two cars collided on the Highway 246 offramp to Highway 101. A wrong-way driver allegedly caused the crash. One vehicle was found on its roof in the center divider. The accident caused minor injuries.

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