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12 December 2016 By James M. Johnson 0 comments

Juan Beltran Injured in Lindsay Crash After Rene Martinez Ran Stop Sign at Hickory and Foothill

LINDSAY: Juan Beltran Injured in Crash at Hickory and FoothillLINDSAY, California — 38-year-old Juan Beltran was taken to the hospital for treatment of sustained injuries from a crash at Hickory Street and Foothill Avenue, according to an article by Fresnobee.

On December 10 just before 6:30 a.m., Beltran was driving south on Foothill in a Jeep when suddenly he was hit by a Honda vehicle traveling east on Hickory.

The crash resulted in Beltran suffering in injuries that required hospital treatment.

Later, officers identified the Honda driver as 24-year-old Rene Martinez. Preliminary investigation pointed out Martinez failed to stop at the intersection and ran a stop sign.

Further investigation is underway.

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