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  • One vehicle accident on 168 leaves two dead

    A pickup truck left the four-lane section of Highway 168 below Shaver Lake on Monday night, ending up several hundred feet down a steep hillside. Two men died and one man survived. CHP Officer Joel Williamson gives a recount of the deadly scene.

A pickup truck left the four-lane section of Highway 168 below Shaver Lake on Monday night, ending up several hundred feet down a steep hillside. Two men died and one man survived. CHP Officer Joel Williamson gives a recount of the deadly scene. jwalker@fresnobee.com
A pickup truck left the four-lane section of Highway 168 below Shaver Lake on Monday night, ending up several hundred feet down a steep hillside. Two men died and one man survived. CHP Officer Joel Williamson gives a recount of the deadly scene. jwalker@fresnobee.com

Son told mom ‘love you, too.’ Hours later, he died in Highway 168 crash

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