A Jack in the Box restaurant.
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - (UPDATE: August 31, 2018 11:35 a.m.) The Jack in the Box on California Avenue and Oak Street is now open again after a sewage issue forced the restaurant to close.
The Jack in the Box on California Avenue and Oak Street has closed for the time being due to a sewage issue.
The closure was an emergency closure by the health department. The restaurant also appears closed on Safe Diner website with an inspection score of 0%.
The health department says that the closure may be for multiple days and that staff may be required to attend a free "Food School" training offered by the Health Department.
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