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In Wasco, California in the 1970s, three farm workers were killed and fifteen were injured in a camper accident. Included are the details of the incident and photographs. Farm workers, their supporters and the United Farm Workers advocated for bill AB 2975 that focused on requiring training for drivers and stricter regulations for maintenance.

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Deaths, farm workers, killed, camper accident, accident, Wasco, California, labor contractor, labor conditions, UFW, United Farm Workers, Farm workers, highway, California Highway Patrol, California Administrative, Title 13, violations, Bakersfield, California San Joaquin Valley, Highway Patrolman, Daniel Ramirez, Lamont office, Bill AB 2975

Date

1974

Language

English

Location

California

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El Malcriado Newspaper Collection

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Archives & Special Collections of California State University, Monterey Bay

Farm Workers Killed in Camper Accident: Trabajadores Agrícolas se Murieron en un Accidente de Caravana

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