Unidentified Victim Hurt in Auto Collision near Main Street

VICTORVILLE, CA (September 28, 2022) – Sunday afternoon, one victim sustained injuries in a multi-vehicle accident on Interstate 15.

The collision happened around 12:33 p.m., just north of the Main Street off-ramp, per Victorville Officials.

According to reports, the incident involved a gray Honda Civic with front-end damage, a silver BMW SUV with front and rear damage, and a burgundy Chevrolet Tahoe. However, the events leading up to the collision remain unclear.

Both lanes of the highway were closed for an extended period for cleanup and preliminary duties.

Medical personnel arrived at the scene and transported one person to a local hospital for minor injuries. Officials reported no other injuries at the scene.

Currently, the Victorville California Highway Patrol station is handling the investigation. The identities of those involved in the SB Interstate 15 multi-vehicle crash remain undisclosed.

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