One Hospitalized after 2-Car Accident near Highway 99
BUTTE COUNTY, CA (September 15, 2022) – Wednesday afternoon, one victim sustained injuries in a two-vehicle rollover crash on Meridian Road.
The collision took place around 4:25 p.m., near Highway 99.
According to reports, a white SUV turning left from Meridian Road onto Highway 99, directly into the path of a northbound vehicle.
Upon impact, the northbound vehicle was pushed into a nearby utility pole before slamming through a wire fence and overturning. First responders arrived and located the northbound vehicle on its roof.
Medics transported the driver to a nearby hospital with non life-threatening injuries. Meanwhile, the other driver escaped the crash unharmed. At this time, officials have not released their identities.
California Highway Patrol offices are still investigating the rollover crash on Meridian Road. Once available, further details will be provided.
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