Four Victims Hurt in Two-Car Collision near Cathedral Oaks Road

SANTA BARBARA, CA (December 16, 2022) – Friday afternoon, minor injuries were reported after a 2-car accident on North Patterson Avenue.

The incident occurred around 2:32 p.m., near Cathedral Oaks Road. However, the circumstances leading up to the collision still remain unclear.

Responding units from the fire department confirmed that at least four people sustained minor to no injuries. Paramedics arrived and rushed one patient to Goleta Valley Cottage Hospital for further medical evaluation. Although, the identities of the parties involved in the crash remain undisclosed. Emergency crews closed off the surrounding area for a brief time during cleanup and preliminary duties.

At this time, no further details regarding the 2-car accident on North Patterson Avenue have been released to the public. Santa Barbara County Officials will provide more information once available.

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