According to multiple local news organizations, kids were seriously injured as a result of a two-vehicle crash that happened last Tuesday.
The official accident report issued by a California Highway Patrol trooper who responded to the scene shows that a man from Vallejo and two children were occupants of a 1982 Honda Civic that was traveling on the eastbound lanes of the Highway 37. According to the authorities, the vehicle collided as soon as it reached the intersection of Highway 37 and 121. The causes behind this collision are still unknown.
The two kids were airlifted to the hospital as soon as the authorities arrived at the scene. The driver in the 2005 Toyota Scion that crashed against the Honda Civic was taken to the hospital sustaining moderate injuries. The children’s father also sustained moderate issues and is now being treated for his wounds. No other cars were involved.
At this moment, the California Highway Patrol is investigating this accident to determine what may have caused it. No further details have been disclosed.
As a San Diego personal injury lawyer, I sincerely hope that the children injured in this unfortunate accident are being able to recover quickly and completely from their wounds. Hopefully, the authorities will be able to identify what may have caused this crash to avoid similar accidents in the future. I encourage you to learn from this accident and to focus on the road ahead. Never ignore road signs and drive carefully to avoid accidents like this.
Whenever you or a loved one is severely injured in a car accident that was caused by a distracted or neglectful driver, please consider consulting with a personal injury lawyer right away to have your case evaluated by a seasoned attorney. Act fast.