The accident happened at around 4:30 p.m.
Preliminary report stated that 50-year-old Joseph Cartright was driving his sedan at an unsafe rate of speed when he suddenly struck another vehicle.
50-year-old Aurrelio Rodriguez, of Middletown, who was at a stop on Tubbs was waiting to make a left turn when the rear of his pickup truck was smashed by a sedan.
In a turnout of events, Cartright self-inflicted injuries of unknown severity.
The responding paramedic team transported Cartright to Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital as he was complaining of pain, as mentioned in the article.
Meanwhile, no immediate information was provided on the condition of Rodriguez after the collision. But his truck sustained moderate damages to his truck.
Investigators continue to look more closely into the gather evidences before pronouncing citations on the case.
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