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Crash on Highway 99 Near Crows Landing Road Causes Injuries


3 Vehicles Involved in Modesto Accident

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Modesto, CA (October 30, 2019) – Two vehicles collided in Modesto, causing injuries. The accident occurred on the morning of October 30 on Highway 99.

A Toyota Camry, Ford F-350 pickup truck and a big rig collided on northbound Highway 99, near Crows Landing Road. The Ford rear-ended a Toyota Camry. The Toyota then crashed underneath the big rig. Several people were injured and treated by paramedics. 

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