Driver Survives Major Car Crash on Madison Avenue
ORANGEVALE, CA (November 15, 2021) – On Tuesday, one driver survived a major solo car crash on Madison Avenue.
According to the CHP, the driver of an Infiniti coupe spotted speeding eastbound on Madison Avenue near Winding Oaks Drive around 11 a.m. on November 9.
Initial reports stated the motorist lost control and swerved on the road due to the wet road and fast speed.
The car was eventually split in half after colliding with a tree in the center median. The front part of the automobile remained near the center median, while the rear portion proceeded down Madison Avenue into the westbound lanes, colliding with a Subaru sedan.
Officials said the Subaru’s driver and passenger did not sustain any injuries.
Meanwhile, medics transported the Infiniti driver to a nearby hospital, after he sustained minor injuries from the crash.
At this time, authorities withheld the victim’s identity pending notification of family members.
An active inquiry is still continuing at this moment. Orangevale police will update more information when it becomes available.
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