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Sebastian Alberto Martinez Killed in Crash on Highway 33 Near Barker Road

3 Vehicles Involved in Fatal Head-on Accident in Lost Hills

Lost Hills, CA (March 15, 2020) – A man was killed in a head-on crash in Lost Hills. The fatal accident occurred in the evening of March 15 on Highway 33.

Bakersfield resident Sebastian Alberto Martinez, 21, was traveling south on Highway 33, near Barker Road. For unknown reasons, his Toyota Camry drifted into the northbound lanes. He collided head-on with a GMC driven by 20-year-old Cole Roberts of Paso Robles. A third vehicle then hit the Toyota.

Martinez died in the crash. Roberts was trapped inside the GMC. He was rescued by firefighters and hospitalized with major injuries. The driver of the third vehicle suffered minor injuries. 

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of Sebastian Alberto Martinez. 

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