FRESNO: Child and Woman Allegedly Hurt in Crash at Valentine and Mckinley Intersection
FRESNO, CALIFORNIA (March 22, 2016) – A 2-car crash resulted in injuries at North Valentine and West Mckinley Avenues Tuesday evening, according to California Highway Patrol dispatch.
The accident happened at around 7:23 p.m.
Preliminary record stated that authorities responded to an emergency calling for medical help at the intersection.
Upon arrival at the scene, they have located two automobiles involved in a smash. One was described as a white vehicle, while the other remained unknown.
The impact from the collision resulted in injuries of still undisclosed severity.
The CHP log mentioned that cops needed to callback respective authorities in order to provide first and last names, ages, and dates of birth of people found at the site.
A total count of parties hurt in the incident was not provided although a child and a woman were noted on the report, possibly injured.
One woman was narrated to have been consulted if she needed her living condition or injury status checked. While another unclear CHP log narrated, “One child related to female.” No final statement from the authorities have been released on this matter.
Investigation on this case is ongoing.
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