Southern California Truck Accident: A pickup truck crashed near the Mexican border on Thursday, November 29, leaving three people dead and eight injured.
According to the California Firefighters, three people suffered minor injuries while five others had major injuries in the result of the tragic incident.
The California Highway Patrol said the accident occurred Thursday evening at nearly 4:30 p.m. in Westbound Interstate 8 in Campo.
The truck reportedly speeding away from Border Patrol agents. Authorities said, Border Patrol agents chased the vehicle, and they used a spike strip after which the truck lost control and drove into an embankment.
The thing that what embarked the chase is yet to be disclosed.
According to the San Diego Union-Tribune report, the truck, which was running faster than 100 mph, used the centre median and right shoulder and passed other motorists.
Travis Garrow, the CHP spokesman Officer Travis Garrow, said, a one men and a woman were in the cab of the truck while nine men were in the bed.
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