Two-Vehicle Crash on Chapman Avenue Hospitalized Three People

ORANGE, CA (December 10, 2021) – Three people sustained injuries in a two-vehicle crash on Chapman Avenue, Sunday evening.

The incident took place around 7:33 p.m., along Chapman Avenue and South Earlham on November 28.

According to witnesses, the cars involved were a black Nissan and a Scion. However, the main cause of the accident remain unknown.

First responders rescued one individual stuck inside a crushed vehicle using a hydraulic gear. Medics then transported all three victims to Orange County Global Medical Center and Orange Coast Memorial Medical Center.

Two of the victims sustained serious injuries. Although, authorities have not yet released their identity.

In addition, officials closed the westbound Chapman Avenue between Hewes and Esplanade Street during the investigation.

At this time, police have yet to release information about the condition and identities of the injured victims. Meantime, an active investigation is underway.

One small driving mistake can lead to a car accident. This is why it is important to drive defensively and always abide by all driving laws. Keep your attention on the road, follow the speed limit, and never drive under the influence of altering substances. Moreover, always be prepared and check your vehicle before traveling.

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