SUV hits, kills bear on 210 Freeway transition in Irwindale

6/6/2022 11:27:00 PM

SUV hits bear on freeway transition in Irwindale

SUV hits bear on freeway transition in Irwindale

The crash occurred about 4:15 a.m. on the transition road from the westbound 210 Freeway to the southbound 605 Freeway. The 300-pound bear was killed.

| UPDATED:June 6, 2022 at 1:32 p.m.IRWINDALE — An approximately 300-pound bear was fatally struck by an SUV Monday morning on a freeway transition road in Irwindale.The crash occurred about 4:15 a.m. on the transition road from the westbound 210 Freeway to the southbound 605 Freeway, according to California Highway Patrol Officer Ramon Kendricks.

Officers dispatched to the scene located the deceased bear in the No. 1 lane of the transition road, CHP Officer Rodrigo Jimenez said. It was not immediately known if the SUV sustained any damage.A flatbed tow truck called out to the scene took the bear to the Caltrans Monrovia Yard, later to be recovered by a Fish and Wildlife biologist, Jimenez said.

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June 6, 2022 at 1:26 p.Officers responding to the scene found the dead bear in the left lane of the transition road.Comment Now! BMW M has given us a first look at its LMDh race car that will compete at the top level in the IMSA SportsCar Championship starting from 2023.New EU emissions rules to accelerate decline of plug-in hybrids It's not clear if this issue has caused any crashes so far, but Mercedes said it issued the recall following"analysis of isolated reports for certain vehicles".

m. | UPDATED: June 6, 2022 at 1:32 p. The bear was taken in a flatbed tow truck to the Caltrans Monrovia Yard, and will be recovered by a Fish and Wildlife biologist.m. One is thought to be for his own Gordon Murray Automotive car company and the other for a client. IRWINDALE — An approximately 300-pound bear was fatally struck by an SUV Monday morning on a freeway transition road in Irwindale.m. The crash occurred about 4:15 a." Mercedes asked its customers"not to drive their vehicles" until they have been inspected.

m. You'll find these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority. on the transition road from the westbound 210 Freeway to the southbound 605 Freeway, according to California Highway Patrol Officer Ramon Kendricks. Officers dispatched to the scene located the deceased bear in the No. 1 lane of the transition road, CHP Officer Rodrigo Jimenez said. It was not immediately known if the SUV sustained any damage..

A flatbed tow truck called out to the scene took the bear to the Caltrans Monrovia Yard, later to be recovered by a Fish and Wildlife biologist, Jimenez said. A vehicle striking a bear is “not unheard of — and I wouldn’t say it’s common,” an officer at the CHP’s Baldwin Park office said. “They (bears) don’t typically get on the freeway.” A representative for the California Department of Fish and Wildlife could not be reached for immediate comment. The roadway was cleared about 6:30 a.

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