CORONA, California (January 22, 2015) – At least two people were injured Thursday morning in a traffic collision on Magnolia Avenue and Grant Street, according to a dispatch by the California Highway Patrol.
The crash was reported at 10:45 a.m. between the drivers of a silver or brown Toyota Camry and a burgundy Toyota RAV4. Paramedics responded to assist the injured including an elderly woman who was in the Camry and suffered unknown injuries. Both drivers suffered head injuries and one person was transported to a local hospital.
Police are heading up an investigation into liability for this accident. Circle City Tow removed both vehicles from the scene of the accident.
Car Accident Injuries
People who are injured in a traffic accident suffer all types of injuries including fractures, concussion, neck and back strain and lacerations. It’s crucial that they seek immediate medical attention and ongoing care for a full recovery.
“Medical treatments and physical therapy can be costly,” said Attorney James Johnson. “If you are a passenger or the driver who is not at fault for a crash, the responsible driver’s insurance company should pay for your financial and other losses including wages, pain and suffering and property damage.”
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