HOLLISTER, California (October 28, 2014) – The driver of an SUV allegedly pulled out in front of another driver and both vehicles landed in a ditch at the intersection of Fairview and McCloskey roads, according to a dispatch by the California Highway Patrol.
The 12:06 p.m. crash involved the drivers of a green SUV and a black Jeep and two other drivers. A witness told CHP officers that the green SUV “pulled out in front of the black Jeep causing the collision.” The vehicles both landed in a ditch trapping several people including the mother of one of the children in the green SUV. There were four people in the SUV including a baby, the report said.
Paramedics and firefighters responded to assist those who were injured and extricate the mother who was trapped in the SUV at an “angle that could tip,” the report said.
Police say the airbags were deployed in the black Jeep and there was lots of debris scattered in the roadway.
“This is a tragedy for the family of the individual who died in this crash,” said Attorney James Johnson. “My condolences go out to them as they cope with their sudden loss.”
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