Traffic Crash on Estrella Avenue Left 45-Year Old Driver Seriously Injured
SAN DIEGO, CA (December 28, 2021) – On Sunday afternoon, a 45-year old man sustained injuries in a traffic collision on Estrella Avenue.
According to reports, the collision happened in Kensington, 4200 block of Estrella Avenue.
San Diego Police Department said the man was driving southbound at 12:29 p.m. in a black Toyota Prius. Afterward, he allegedly drove through a stop sign at the intersection in Orange Avenue.
Consequently, a 45-year-old woman driving a black Toyota Highlander was eastbound on Orange Avenue when her vehicle was struck by the Prius in the intersection.
Furthermore, paramedics transported the man to a local hospital with a fractured right femur. Meanwhile, the woman remained unharmed.
At this time, authorities are yet to disclose the identities of those involved in the collision.
No further details regarding the crash are public at this time; however, more information will be provided once made available.
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