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Kevin Clark Injured in Crash at 10th Avenue and Ventura Street


Firefighter Suffers Broken Bones in Kingsburg Hit and Run Accident

Kingsburg, CA (December 8, 2020) – A firefighter was injured in a hit and run crash in Kingsburg. The accident occurred on December 8 at 10th Avenue and Ventura Street.

Kevin Clark, a member of the Kingsburg Fire Department, was fighting a fire at the intersection when he was hit by a vehicle believed to be a Mazda. He was thrown into the air, hitting a telephone pole. He suffered a broken ankle and a facial bone.

The driver fled the accident scene. He is described as a white or light-skinned Hispanic man with short hair. The vehicle is described as a black Mazda, with possible damage to the right front side.

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