Truck Veered-Off Road into Water Channel in Bakersfield
A single-vehicle crash was reported to occur in Bakersfield on Wednesday, October 21st. California Highway Patrol was the first on the scene. They received information about the crash just after 6:00 a.m. A truck was found to have veered off-road while traveling near Snow Road and Fruitvale Avenue. It went into a nearby water channel. No one was injured although the truck was stuck in the channel and further assistance was required for removal.
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