Two-Vehicle Crash Near Paradise Lane Left One Seriously Injured

LOS OSOS, CA (July 13, 2023) – Wednesday morning, a rear-end crash on Los Osos Valley Road sends one person to a hospital.

CHP received reports of the incident around 9:30 a.m. on Los Osos Valley Road near Paradise Lane.

Responding officers learned that a blue Honda CRV and a white GMC pickup truck were involved in a rear-end collision. One of the vehicles received axle damage and the other sustained front-end damages, CHP said.

In addition, the crash trapped one passenger in one of the vehicles, which blocked the east and westbound lanes.

Eventually, emergency personnel arrived at the scene and managed to extricate the tapped person. Paramedics transported the patient to a hospital for treatment of major injuries. It remains unclear if other parties suffered injuries from the collision.

Furthermore, a large portion of the roadway was temporarily shut down to allow for cleanup and preliminary duties.

The San Luis Obispo County officials will provide more information about the crash once available.

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