At Least Two Hospitalized after Traffic Collision on Timberlane Avenue

HESPERIA, CA (September 12, 2022) – On Wednesday, two people sustained injuries following a two-car collision on Main Street.

The crash happened at 2:49 p.m., along the intersection of Main Street and Timberlane Avenue.

Furthermore, according to reports, a gray Chevy Suburban and a white Honda Civic crashed in the area, when the Chevy failed to stop at a red light and clashed with the Honda.

First responders arrived and requested for an air ambulance to transfer the seriously injured Honda driver to Arrowhead Regional Medical Center.

Meanwhile, other paramedics took the SUV driver to a nearby hospital with unspecified injuries.

At this time, the names of both drivers is withheld due to the pending notification of their next of kin.

Furthermore, authorities ask anyone with information about the crash to call the Hesperia Police Department at 760-947-1500.

One small driving mistake can lead to multi-vehicle accidents. That is why it is important to always keep your attention on the road and your surroundings when you’re behind the wheel. Always anticipate what other drivers might do, especially on a highway, a freeway, an interchange, or a service road. Also, do not put yourself and your passengers in danger by speeding and taking shortcuts. By driving defensively and always abiding by all traffic laws, you can keep yourself and others safe on the road.

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