Kings County: 3 Injured in Crash on Highway 43, 5 1/2 Avenue

 Kings County: 3 Injured in Crash on Highway 43, 5 1/2 Avenue

3-Vehicle Car Accident on State Route 43

KINGS COUNTY, Calif. (Oct. 12, 2023) – Three people were injured in a 3-vehicle crash Wednesday afternoon on Highway 43 in Kings County.

The traffic accident occurred at around 4:15 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 11th, the California Highway Patrol said.

CHP officials reported the driver of a Chevrolet was traveling on Highway 43 approaching 5 1/2 Avenue and a second vehicle was waiting at the stop sign at 5 1/2 Avenue, Your Central Valley reports. After the Chevrolet passed by, the second vehicle entered Highway 43.

Meanwhile, a driver in a Honda traveling in the opposite direction to the second car on 5 1/2 Avenue allegedly failed to stop and hit the Chevrolet and one or both vehicles also collided with a stopped vehicle.

Paramedics responded and located two people with major injuries in the Chevrolet.

Both people were transported to a local hospital for further treatment.

Also, one person with moderate injuries from the Honda was also take to a hospital.

There were no other injuries reported at this time.

Investigators are working on the case to determine fault for the Kings County crash on Highway 43.

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Source: Your Central Valley

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