Traffic Collision near Half Moon Bay Airport Left Several Hospitalized
SAN MATEO COUNTY, CA (August 15, 2022) –Police responded to a head-on crash on Highway 1 that left three people injured, last Wednesday.
The incident happened on August 10th involving two vehicles crashing head-on near the Half Moon Bay Airport and Mezza Luna Restaurant, per initial reports.
Police stated that an SUV collide with a sedan head-on, for reasons unknown; however authorities suspected drugs and/or alcohol to be contributing factors.
No further details regarding the collision have been released to the public. Additional information will be provided once made available.
Furthermore, at this time, the identities of those involved in the crash have not been disclosed.
All three victims were transported to nearby hospitals for further treatment of unspecified injuries.
Meanwhile, both lanes of Highway 1 were temporarily shut down to allow for cleanup and preliminary duties. An active investigation is underway.
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