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Two semi-trucks crash near Orosi, fire crews say

Tulare County, California (KFSN)-Fire brigades from multiple departments are working together to release people after two semi-trucks collide near Orosi.

According to the Tulare County Fire Department, the crash occurred on Road 120 between Avenue 416 and Avenue 424.

The Orange Cove Fire Department and the Dinuba City Fire Department support the movement of people from trucks.

At this point, it is unknown what led to the crash, how many people were trapped, and the extent of the injury.

Currently, Road 120 between Avenue 416 and Avenue 424 remains closed.

This is a developing story. For the latest information, see Action News.

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