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Crash on Interstate 10 Near Hargrave Street Causes Minor Injuries


Fire Engine, RV Collide in Banning Accident 

Banning, CA (November 23, 2019) – A crash in Banning has caused minor injuries. The accident occurred on the morning of November 23 on Interstate 10.

A Riverside County Fire Department fire truck and a motorhome collided on eastbound Interstate 10, near Hargrave Street. The fire truck ended up hanging off the side of the road. Those involved suffered minor injuries. Traffic was backed up for miles. 

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