Victim Injured in Auto Collision near Riviera Street

LA QUINTA, CA (September 27, 2022) – Friday evening, a golf cart accident on Shoal Creek Street left one person with serious injuries.

The incident happened around 8:30 p.m., south of Riviera Street, within the PGA West community.

Emergency crews responded to the scene after receiving reports of a collision between a golf cart and at least one person.

According to the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department, further circumstances surrounding the accident remain unclear. However, paramedics transported one victim to a hospital for treatment of major injuries.

At this time, the total number of parties involved and their identities remain undisclosed by the authorities.

Those with further information regarding the Shoal Creek Street golf cart accident are encouraged to contact the Thermal sheriff’s station at 760-863-8990. No further details are public at this time; however, more information will be provided once made available.

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