Several Injured in Multi-Car Collision near Escondido Canyon Road

SANTA CLARITA, CA (March 24, 2023) – Saturday morning, a wrong-way crash on 14 Freeway left at least four people with injuries.

Police responded to the scene around 9:30 a.m., along the northbound lanes of the freeway near Escondido Canyon Road.

According to the report, a southbound white Toyota Tacoma pickup veered into the northbound lanes, near the center divider.

As a result, the Toyota collided with another vehicle and caused a multi-car crash that involved five vehicles, two of which were overturned. However, the circumstances that led up to the incident remain unclear.

Eventually, medical and fire responders arrived at the scene and transported at least two people to a hospital in critical condition. Two others were hospitalized for minor injuries.

Santa Clarita Officials later issued a SigAlert around 9:39 a.m. closing all the northbound lanes of 14 Freeway.

Local authorities encourage those with additional information about the 14 Freeway wrong-way crash to contact them as soon as possible.

When driving, always focus on the road and be aware of your surroundings. This is especially true when driving through a busy intersection, a neighborhood, or a parking lot. Drive in a safe and legal manner to help avoid causing or increasing the risk of accidents which may have devastating consequences for you and others.

If you have been injured in a wrong-way car accident, don’t hesitate to contact Sweet James today. It is their goal to provide your loved one with the highest quality of legal representation. They dedicate their firm to helping your bereaved family obtain both justice and maximum settlement. Their seasoned personal injury attorneys will fight by your side and get what you rightfully deserve. Call them for your free consultation at (800) 500-5200.

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