BAKERSFIELD, CALIFORNIA (March 30, 2016) – At least one person was injured following a multiple-vehicle collision at northbound Highway 299 and Olive Drive Wednesday afternoon, according to California Highway Patrol dispatch.
The accident happened at around 3:47 p.m.
Preliminary record stated that authorities responded to an emergency calling for medical help at the intersection.
Upon arrival at the scene, they have located five vehicles involved in a mishap. The automobile count was later negated to only 3 vehicles, as seen on the CHP log. But the officers have not yet pronounced their final statement on the matter.
The force from the impact resulted in at least one person suffering in major wounds as mentioned in the CHP description of the crash.
The CHP record also narrated one driver who was likely trapped in the wreckage. He was continued to be extracted by a responding team, as recounted on the CHP report. But no concluding remarks on its medical condition were discussed by the authorities.
No further information was disclosed by the officers whether the trapped driver and the noted severely wounded individual were the same person.
Investigators assigned to handle the case continue their best efforts on knowing and tracking the cause of the injury smash.
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