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Pedestrian Injured in Crash on California Avenue


Vehicle Hits Protester in Bakersfield Accident

Bakersfield, CA (June 3, 2020) – One person was injured in a crash in Bakersfield. The accident occurred on the evening of June 3 on California Avenue. 

An unidentified protester was marching with a group on California Avenue, near Oak Street. A vehicle was heading east on California Avenue when it failed to yield to the crowd. One pedestrian was hit by the car. 

The pedestrian was taken to a local hospital with serious injuries. The driver remained at the accident scene.

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