Fatal Victim ID’ed as Robert Minner, 77
The accident happened at around 11:40 a.m.
Preliminary report stated that authorities responded to a call requesting for aid at the intersection.
Upon arrival at the scene, they have located a white SUV and a gray Toyota Camry involved in a wreck, as mentioned in a similar article published by Kern Golden Empire.
The KGE narrated that one from the two automobiles crossed a red light and caused the collision.
The force from the impact concluded in one man suffering in major trauma. And two other women, rescued from separate vehicles, sustaining minor wounds.
All three patients were transported by responding paramedics to a nearby medical facility for proper treatment.
On Sunday night, the severely injured man who was a passenger in one of the vehicles succumbed to his injuries, as posted on the updated article from ABC 23.
He was later identified as Robert Minner, 77, of Bakersfield.
The identities of the fatality and other wounded parties remained private with the authorities until families and relatives have been respectively notified.
The Bakersfield Californian published that officials don not believed that alcohol or drugs were a factor on the incident.
Investigation is still underway.
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