Semi-Truck Involved in Accident on Highway 99 in Bakersfield
BAKERSFIELD, CA (March 12, 2021) – Officers reported damages following a truck accident on Highway 99 on March 11.
According to the California Highway Patrol, the collision happened at Buck Owens Boulevard just before noon.
Based on a report, a semi-truck drove off the highway for unknown reasons. Subsequently, it nearly collided with a metal statue of a Pegasus at Madland Toyota Lift dealer.
As a result, the truck sustained major damage to its front end and came to a rest just feet away from the statue. Fortunately, the truck didn’t cause major damage to the establishment.
The statue of Pegasus is a landmark for Kern County. At this point, an investigation into this truck accident on Highway 99 is still ongoing.
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