Car Accident on Calle Joaquin Ends with Multiple Injuries

SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY , CA (November 15, 2021) One person sustained injuries following a car accident on Calle Joaquin on Wednesday in San Luis Obispo County.

The accident happened took place around 9:19 a.m. at Calle Joaquin and Los Osos Valley Road.

According to reports, CHP officers who responded located a car rolled over on the roadway and another car in the intersection. Though the events leading up to the crash are still unknown.

Firefighters extricated one person trapped inside one of the vehicles. In addition, two more people sustained injuries from the crash.

However, at this time, officers have not released any information about the victims’ current conditions.

Moreover, police closed the area for several hours to give way for clearing operations.

Investigators encourage witnesses to cooperate and reach out as soon as possible.

The San Luis Obispo County police will release additional information once it becomes available.

It is important to always focus on the road and be aware of your surroundings when driving. Anticipate what the other drivers might do, especially in crowded places, a parking lot, or a service road. By driving with caution and being aware of other unique risks while on the road, you can help prevent accidents.

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