Traffic Collision at Orange County Department of Education Building Left One Hurt

TUSTIN, CA (April 21, 2022) – On Friday, a vehicle crash near Main Street left one person injured, police said.

According to the OC Fire Department, a two-vehicle collision occurred near the 100 block of East Main Street.

Afterward, one of the vehicles continued after the initial crash and collided into a building.

Furthermore, online images showed a white Nissan crashed fully inside the OC Department of Education facility.

The fire officials claimed that no one was inside the building when the incident happened.

However, paramedics transported one person to a local hospital with unspecified injuries and closed the surrounding area to allow for cleanup and preliminary duties.

Tustin Officials are investigating the circumstances surrounding the crash.

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