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22 March 2016 By James M. Johnson 0 comments

CAMARILLO: Multi-Vehilcle Injury Collision on Highway 101 

police line do not crossCAMARILLO, VENTURA COUNTY (March 22, 2016) – At least one person was injured following a multiple vehicles crash on Highway 101 Tuesday evening, according to California Highway Patrol dispatch.

The accident happened at around 6:54 p.m. just south of Springville.

Preliminary record stated that officer responded to an emergency call requesting for help on the highway.

Upon  arrival at the scene, they have located two to three vehicles involved in the collision which was blocking the Lane 1 of the roadway.

Only one from the multiple automobiles was described by the CHP team, a white Chrysler 300. No further information was provided on this matter.

The force from the impact concluded in at least one person suffering in minor injury as noted in the CHP label of the incident.

Investigators assigned to handle the case continue to gather more evidences and witness statements that will lead them to closure of the event.


Our personal injury law firm would like to offer a free legal consultation to anyone who has been hurt in a traffic accident. Call us at 800-235-6801 to speak with an experienced attorney.

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