Head-on Crash Involving Parks and Recreation Vehicle
KERN COUNTY, Calif. (June 2, 2021) — A Bakersfield crash on Alfred Harrell Highway happened Wednesday afternoon near McMannus Road.
Two vehicles collided about 2:17 p.m. on June 2nd, according to the California Highway Patrol.
A driver in a small black sedan veered into opposing eastbound traffic and crashed head-on into a Parks and Recreation vehicle.
Major Injury Crash Alfred Harrell Hwy
Additionally, the ranger driving the second vehicle suffered major injuries in the collision, but managed to get out and was laying on the ground. It’s unknown at this time how many were hurt in the Alfred Harrell Highway Bakersfield crash.
Meanwhile, paramedics responded to help the injured, but there were no specific details in the report. It’s unknown if drugs and or alcohol were factors in the wrong-way crash.
Two trucks removed both vehicles due to heavy front-end damage.
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