Semi Driver Hospitalized, Woman Complains Chest and Head Pains
LUCERNE VALLEY, CALIFORNIA (March 28, 2016) – A multi-vehicle mishap resulted in injuries on Highway 247 Monday afternoon, according to California Highway Patrol dispatch.
As of posting, 28 people were recorded to be injured and treated at the site. While three parties were transported to nearby medical facilities.
The accident happened at around 3:21 p.m. near Rabbit Springs Road.
Preliminary report stated that at least 15 vehicles, two from which are big rigs, were involved in a highway pileup.
In an article published by the Press Enterprise, the major incident was caused by a dust storm that impacted the visibility of the motorists traveling on the roadway.
The CHP log mentioned a certain Michael Riley, semi driver of SS Hert Trucking, was transported to a hospital for treatment of his sustained trauma. And another woman rushed to a community center for her complaints of chest and head pains.
The officers have not yet pronounced closure or citations on this case.
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