Three Injured in Vehicle Crash on Eucalyptus Street [Hesperia, CA]

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First Avenue Two-Vehicle Collision Left 3 Hurt

HESPERIA, CA (August 18, 2022) – A traffic crash on Eucalyptus Street left at least three injured, Tuesday afternoon.

According to police, the incident occurred around 1:40 p.m. on August 16th, at the First Avenue and Eucalyptus Street intersection.

Investigators said the crash involved a black Toyota Corolla and a black Honda Accord.

Eventually, firefighters arrived at the scene and extricated one woman trapped inside the Corolla. Paramedics then airlifted the victim to a nearby trauma center for the treatment of unspecified injuries.

Meanwhile, the male Honda driver sustained an ankle injury. His female passenger sustained minor injuries, both were eventually transferred to a nearby hospital.

Moreover both directions of the roadway were temporarily shutdown to allow for cleanup and preliminary duties.

At this time, Hesperia Officials continue to investigate the Eucalyptus Street crash.

One small driving mistake can lead to a car accident. It is important to drive defensively and always abide by all driving laws. Keep your attention on the road, follow the speed limit, and never drive under the influence of altering substances. Moreover, always be prepared and check your vehicle before traveling.


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