Bakersfield, CA – Several Hurt in BPD Pursuit, Accident at California & Union Aves
Bakersfield, CA (August 25, 2023) – According to the Bakersfield Police Department, a suspect was arrested after a high-speed chase culminated in an accident on the east side.
The incident occurred on Wednesday night near the intersection of California Avenue and Union Avenue, and three or four persons were injured, per the BPD.
Around 8:10 p.m. on Wednesday, officers from the Kern County Sheriff’s Office also received a complaint of a stolen car in the area of the 2100 block of Bradley Avenue. The KCSO and BPD gave chase before the pursuit ended in a crash near the juncture of California and Union.
Three to four people were hurt in the incident and taken to the hospital, but details about their current conditions were not made available.
The suspect was arrested a short time later, though the investigation remains ongoing at this time.
Our thoughts are extended to the injured victims and their families. We hope for their complete recovery.
If you’ve suffered injuries in a Bakersfield-area car accident, reach out to our attorneys at Soliman Law Group to discuss your legal options at this time.
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