Major Injury Crash 3 Vehicles Involved
BAKERSFIELD, California (August 14, 2017) – At least one person suffered major injuries Monday morning in a collision between a red semi-tractor trailer truck, a bus and a white Buick sedan, a California Highway Patrol report said.
The crash took place about 11:39 a.m. this morning at Taft Highway and South Union Avenue. The CHP report states there were two people hurt in the crash. None of the injuries involved any occupants on the bus.
Two of the vehicles required towing from the scene of the crash.
It’s unclear what led to the crash, but liability will be determined by police.
Bakersfield Crash Investigation
The facts in this particular case state that three motorists were involved in the crash. The report does not explain what led to the crash or liability, but police will go over evidence and interviews with involved parties to make that call. In these situations, there can be multiple parties who are at fault. If you were hurt in a collision or have lost a loved one, it’s advisable that you speak with an attorney to ensure your legal rights are protected.
If you have legal questions, contact our Bakersfield personal injury law firm at 800-235-6801 to request a free consultation.
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