58-Year-Old Food Delivery Worker Struck Dead by Box Van
A 58-year-old man died after a crash involving his food delivery van and another box van on Monday, October 26th in Bakersfield. California Highway Patrol was one of the first responders at the scene. The crash happened within the Oildale area on Manor Street, near Felton Street. The man, who was identified as Bobby Lee Bullard, was off-loading products from his vehicle, a Ford food delivery van, when the other vehicle, a Hino box van, struck him. Bullard was pronounced dead at the scene. Investigation of the crash found that the Hino box van driver was not driving recklessly or being negligent.
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