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Several Injured in Crash at State Route 139 and Lookout Hackamore Road


Car Hits Tree in Modoc Accident

Modoc, CA (July 7, 2020) – Several people were injured in a solo-vehicle crash in Modoc. The accident occurred on the morning of July 7 at State Route 139 and Lookout Hackamore Road.

A vehicle went 60 feet off the road and collided with a tree at the intersection. Five people were inside the vehicle. Three people suffered major injuries and were airlifted to hospitals.

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