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Dangers of SR 126 and Commercial Trucks
Dangers of SR 126 and Commercial Trucks

Although it stretches just 40 miles from Santa Clarita to Ventura, State Route 126 can prove to be dangerous. And while there’s been an effort to add more lanes and keep the 126 a safe highway, it’s often driver negligence that causes some of the most severe accidents on the ...

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