San Pasqual Valley-area highway accident puts two in hospital
An accident that involved three vehicles on a San Pasqual Valley-area highway in San Diego, California hospitalized two individuals on Thursday, August 28, and closed that particular stretch of road for several hours.
Preliminary investigations by the police state that a 21-year-old male lost control of his 1991 Pontiac Firebird while driving at a high speeds at around 8:30 a.m. along State Route 78, according to CBS8.
San Diego Police Department Officer Frank Cali said the car struck two oncoming vehicles when it drifted into the westbound lane near Bandy Canyon Road, first hitting a 2005 Chevrolet sedan, then flipping a 2005 Chevrolet truck. The driver of the sedan and Firebird were admitted to separate hospitals to address their injuries.
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