One Airlifted after Multi-Car Accident near Ranchero Road
HESPERIA, CA (December 17, 2021) – At least two persons sustained injuries following a two-vehicle collision on Summit Valley Road.
The incident took place at 9:22 a.m., along Summit Valley Road near Ranchero Road. Crews responded to the scene shortly after.
According to reports, officers located two cars, a Honda CRV SUV and a Toyota Tercel blocking the roadway with significant damages. Responding rescuers extricated one person inside the Toyota and airlifted the patient to nearby trauma center.
Meanwhile, medics transported a passenger from inside the SUV to a local hospital with minor injuries.
At this time, officials said it is unknown what caused the two-vehicle collision on Summit Valley Road. Furthermore, CHP closed the area for a few hours to give way to the clearing operations.
An active investigation to determine further information is still currently underway.
It is important to always be alert when behind the wheel of any vehicle. Always maintain a safe speed and scan the road for possible hazards. Strictly follow the rules of the road and practice defensive driving anytime and anywhere.
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