trash truck fire on orangewood avenue at recycling plant
STANTON: One Injured in Trash Truck Fire near Orangewood Avenue

“Investigation Ongoing”

STANTON, CALIFORNIA (June 4, 2017) – A fire that broke out in the engine of a trash truck left one person with injuries on Sunday morning, according to a local news source. (map)

The fire started in the engine compartment of a trash truck, around 1:25 am at a recycling center in the 7500 block of Orangewood Avenue.

At least one person suffered smoke inhalation injuries as a result of the accident. The incident remains under active investigation to determine cause and liability at this time.

“Police will gather evidence and conduct interviews with the drivers and witnesses to determine liability” said the attorneys from West Alliance Injury Lawyers. “Any injured party involved in an accident will have a bodily injury claim against the negligent driver who caused the accident.”

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