Vehicles Collide in Dangerous Auto Accident in Chula Vista
CHULA VISTA, CA (October 27, 2021) – Friday, a road rage driver caused a dangerous auto collision on Hunte Parkway, in Chula Vista.
The California Highway Patrol responded on northbound lanes of Hunte Parkway after receiving multiple dispatch calls in the area.
As per reports, the female driver of an SUV was traveling with her 14-year-old granddaughter along the highway when a male truck driver struck them from behind.
The truck driver began tailgating her and honking his horn for reasons unknown. Then the man abruptly entered the second lane, and veered in front of the SUV, colliding with it again.
As a result, the woman lost control of the SUV and went over the center barrier. She then crossed into oncoming traffic lanes and veered off the road, eventually striking with a tree.
Meanwhile, the truck driver made a u-turn and returned to the scene. There, he began intimidating witnesses, alleging they were all to blame for the crash.
Responding officers located the woman and her granddaughter shaken but unharmed.
At this time, the officers questioned all parties and released the man until further investigation.
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