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14 October 2014 By James M. Johnson 0 comments

3 Cars in Head-on Calipatria Car Accident on Highway 111 at Ruegger Road

CALIPATRIA, California (October 14, 2014) –   Three drivers collided in a head-on injury crash Tuesday afternoon on Highway 111 at Ruegger Road, according to a dispatch by the California Highway Patrol.

The Calipatria Fire Department responded to the crash to assist those who were injured in the wreck. One of the vehicles was leaking fluid following the crash and at least two of the cars were towed from the scene including a gray Chevrolet SLV.

Paramedics were at the scene of the crash, but there were no further details about how many people might have been injured.

Police are heading up an investigation into the crash to determine liability.

“A police report will be issued assigning fault to one or more parties involved in this crash,” said Attorney James Johnson. “It’s important to take steps to protect your legal rights following an accident – especially when there are multiple drivers involved.”

If you have legal questions following an Imperial County car accident, contact Johnson Attorneys Group at 800-235-6801 for a free consultation.

 

 

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