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Man Killed in Ambulance Crash at Golden State Boulevard and Monte Vista Avenue


Ambulance Hit by Truck in Fatal Turlock Accident

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Turlock, CA (July 25, 2019) – A man in his 60s was killed in an ambulance crash in Turlock. The fatal accident occurred on the evening of July 25 at Golden State Boulevard and Monte Vista Avenue.

The accident occurred when an ambulance went to pick up a man injured in a bicycle crash near the intersection of North Olive and East Hawkeye Avenue. On the way to the hospital, the ambulance was hit by a truck at Golden State Boulevard and Monte Vista Avenue. The impact caused the ambulance to flip onto its side. 

The man later died at the hospital. Multiple firefighters and emergency responders were injured in the crash. 

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of the victim.

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